SPECT SCANS and Brain Injury

Posted February 16, 2022
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Thomson Rogers partner David MacDonald presented “SPECT SCANS and Brain Injury” at OTLA along with guests:

  • Dr. Rob Tarzwell, Department of Psychiatry at University of British Columbia;
  • Dr. Phil Cohen, Vancouver Coast Health Research Institute; and
  • Dr. Manu Mehdiratta, iScope Concussion & Pain Clinics.

The presentation and discussion included:

  • Meade Is Wrong: SPECT Identifies and Differentiate mTBI, Anxiety Disorders and Depression and is Admissible
  • Learn why and how SPECT is admissible under the Daubert criteria
  • SPECT literature and clinical use concludes SPECT robustly and reliably identifies and differentiates between ABI, anxiety disorders and depression
  • SPECT meets and exceeds voir dire and Daubert reliability admissibility criteria
  • SPECT is admissible as it meets criteria having been tested
  • and more . . .

To view the full presentation please click here.


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