Published in Telemedicine Law Weekly, January 13th, 2007
The findings, published in the online edition of the journal Brain, used sophisticated scanning technology and computer software to measure how brain volume, form and function changed over six to seven weeks of abstinence from alcohol in 15 alcohol dependent patients (ten men, five women).
The researchers from Germany, the U.K., Switzerland and Italy measured the patients' brain volume at the beginning of the study and again after about 38 days of sobriety, and they found that it had increased by an average...
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