Researchers have claimed that they are developing maps of brain, dubbed as pain maps, which will help determine the accurate position and also the intensity of the pain.
Neuroscientists at the University College London have used the scanning technology to analyze the brain and observe the way it reacts to pain and the map has been used to indicate the signs or signals sent to different parts of the body. Further, these signals have been measured to determine the intensity of the pain.
Dr. Flavia Mancini, a cognitive neuroscientist at the University, said, "Different parts of the body light up specific areas of the brain when they are in pain".
The technique will help the doctors to analyze the acuteness. Currently their diagnosis depends on the information provided to them by their patients. Moreover, the method they use at present cannot be relied upon.
It is being believed that the maps will finally end the debate continuing since long regarding the pain suffered by women and men. It will help indentify, which of the sexes suffer more pain.
Moreover, the technology will clear the doubts of a partner, who believe that their better half is imply pretending to be in pain, just in order to gain sympathy or are they actually suffering that much pain.
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