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PathFinder Brain SPECT Imaging


Pathfinder Brain SPECT Imaging is a multidisciplinary resource for diagnosis and treatment of complex Neuropsychiatric diseases of children and adults. High Definition Brain SPECT is a non-invasive procedure for functional imaging of the brain (brain perfusion imaging). Our PathFinder Brain SPECT Imaging is a proven and effective resource for evaluating patients with co-existing neurospychiatric conditions. 

How does PathFinder Brain SPECT Imaging work?

PathFinder Brain SPECT Imaging offers highly advanced image processing capabilities. The information provided by Brain SPECT informs the diagnosis of complex conditions for patients presenting multiple comorbidities (co-existing conditions), who are often treatment refractory. 

Examples of comorbidity can be found in combinations of multiple concussions, concurrent or not, with behavioral changes, developmental illnesses, substance abuse, learning disabilities or cognitive impairment and limbic type seizures. Often patients present after having failed treatment attempts for years. Experience has shown that among the multiple treatment plans available at TNC, there is one or a combination of them that ultimately works, and PathFinder Brain SPECT Imaging is a valuable resource for the correct diagnosis and treatment.

Where is PathFinder Brain SPECT Imaging performed?

PathFinder Brain SPECT Imaging is performed on the premises of The Neuroscience Center (TNC) in Deerfield, IL. 

Website: www.pathfinder.md

Address : 440 Lake Cook Rd, Suite #3, Deerfield, IL 60015