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Georgia Military College Imaging Techniques Discussion Questions

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I’m studying and need help with a English question to help me learn.

Imaging Techniques Discussion Forum 2.1

Before the advent of modern imaging techniques, scientists and clinicians relied on autopsies of people who suffered brain injury with resultant change in behavior to determine how different areas of the brain were affected. What are some of the limitations association with this kind of approach? How does it differ in terms of modern approaches?

The Brain As a 'Computer' Discussion Forum 2.2

There is an idea that the brain functions similar to a computer. Based on what you’ve read so far, which brain functions do you think would computers be the best at imitating? What about the worst at imitating?


Reaction Rate Discussion Forum

What is the difference between reaction rate, rate law, and reaction order?

1. You need to respond to my questions and to at least four classmates substantially over three days in a manner that furthers the discussion. Some ideas for responses might be:

2. Go a step further and describe the ways in which reaction rate can be expressed, including units and or equations.

3. Give specific examples of rate law expressions and explain why the reaction order is first, second or third, with respect to each reactant(s.)

Collision Theory Discussion Forum

What is collision theory?


1. You need to respond to my questions and to at least four classmates substantially over three days in a manner that furthers the discussion. Some ideas for responses might be:

2. Go a step further by explaining in terms of collision theory, explain how temperature, concentration, activation energy, and molecular orientation affect the reaction rate of a chemical equation.

3. Give specific examples of chemical reactions and state the changes that occur when one of the above properties changes.

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Running head: THE BRAIN

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THE BRAIN
1) IMAGING TECHNIQUES DISCUSSION FORUM 2.1
Today, brain injuries can be viewed without surgeries or waiting for autopsies using brain
imaging techniques. Before its invention, doctors and scientists had to wait for autopsies to
verify where the brain was injured. However, with time and growth in technology, the brain
can be viewed in a 3D approach where one can see the injured part through images produced
through the imaging techniques. Doctors initially relied on the autopsy report. This method

had many limitations such as; the patient could not be treated because the autopsy was carried
out after the patient died, brain surgeries in case of an injury were difficult and almost
impossible since the injured area could not be seen clearly. The two methods have several
differences; The modern approach is more efficient and fast compared to the old approach
(Gorman, 2018). The second difference is that imaging techniques can be carried out when
the patient is alive while the autopsy approach was only carried out after the patient died. The
most crucial difference is that modern imaging techniques make brain surgeries very easy
after locating the injury while old methods were used to verify the cause of death.
2)THE BRAIN AS A 'COMPUTE...

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