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CT scanning during hypnosis

CT scanning during hypnosis

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BSIP, RAGUET H / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY BSIP, RAGUET H / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption

Hypnotism CT scan. Patient being hypnotised before having her brain scanned with a CT scanner (white ring). CT scanning uses X-rays to build up a picture of the brain. In this case, the hypnotist is putting the patient into the hypnotic state that is used as an alternative to anaesthetics in surgery. The CT scan may provide information on the mechanisms by which this works. Photographed at the University Hospital Centre of Liege, Belgium.

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