Visualizing out-of-body experience in the brain.

  title={Visualizing out-of-body experience in the brain.},
  author={Yen Tai},
  journal={The New England journal of medicine},
  volume={358 8},
  pages={855; author reply 856}
n engl j med 358;8 february 21, 2008 855 tory — all known risk factors for rupture. The risk of rupture in our series of persons without a clinical indication for undergoing brain imaging is likely to be even lower. Therefore, we decided not to refer these persons. However, should new evidence become available in support of a different approach, we intend to adjust our protocol accordingly. With regard to the incidental findings in a Chinese population in Taiwan, presented by Lee… CONTINUE READING
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