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generally recognizes clinically quiet (asymptomatic) "cerebrum harm" in the typical populace. For instance, as we age it is basic for myelin in the white matter to worsen (myelin is a coat of protection around axons to help them direct their electrical releases rapidly down the axon). A MRI can recognize this myelin degeneration as white matter hyperintensities. The MRI is additionally touchy to cerebral decay (shrinkage), another typical marvel as we age. Inordinate quantities of white matter hyperintensities or over the top decay flag a conceivable neurologic sickness or harm. PET Scan (Positron Emission Tomography) PET examining .