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Brain Shrinkage in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
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Brain Shrinkage in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Example of a control brain on top and a chronic fatigue brain on bottom. The ventricles are larger in the chronic fatigue syndrome patient, and there is less white matter. Abnormal microstructure is present on one side in the white matter in chronic fatigue syndrome.

Notice the shrunken brain.

Here is Alzheimers for comparison.

The ventricles (holes) in the brain are enlarged in both diseases.

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