Figure C

February 20, 2005 § 2 Comments

Brain

Pneumo-encephalogram of person with psychosis, 1935
Source: thefreedictionary.com

This is the earliest known brain image of a person with schizophrenia. The pneumoencephalographic process requires cerebrospinal fluid to be drained from the area around the brain and replaced with air, which allows the brain structure to become visible on x-rays.

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