By Sarah MannersPublished September 25, 2018 09:11:17By Sarah MannelsSource: Business InsiderThis test can be tricky, because it’s based on what’s known as a concussion diagnostic test, or DPT.
It uses brain scans to measure how quickly your brain recovers from a concussion.
In other words, if you’re experiencing a mild concussion, it might show you’re okay, but if you get a mild head injury, your brain may not recover as quickly as if you had a mild traumatic brain injury.
But if you have a concussion, that might be a different story.
There are two tests, one for mild concussions and one for severe concussions.
The mild concussion test is basically a battery of tests.
One is a simple brain scan, called a PET scan.
Another is a blood test called a CT scan.
The scans can show how your brain heals and which areas of your brain are damaged.
It’s not perfect, but it’s pretty accurate.
This is one of the few tests that’s even used in the US.
It can show the brain is healing as well as the extent of the damage, and it can help the doctors decide whether you’re ready to go back to work.
But there are also a few caveats.
The test is only as accurate as the person who has it.
If the person has a mild brain injury, there’s no way to tell if they’ve actually suffered a mild or severe concussion.
This means the test isn’t as accurate if you’ve had a traumatic brain or severe brain injury before.
Another problem with the test is that you’re not sure whether your brain has healed.
It might have healed more slowly than others with the same symptoms.
That could mean you might need a more aggressive concussion test to determine whether you’ve recovered properly.
The tests that show the extent and severity of your concussion are called a DPT and are used in emergency rooms to determine if you need to be hospitalized.
The DPT test is not 100% accurate, but is a very good indication of whether you are fully recovered.
It also uses the PET scan to measure the brain’s activity, which is a measure of how your cells are functioning.
The PET scan can give the doctor a better idea of how much your brain damage has healed and how quickly it’s recovering.
It’s important to note that the PET scans can also tell you a lot about your brain’s structure and function, and that’s a big benefit.
The blood test is a better test for detecting brain damage than the PET, because the PET has an elevated level of white blood cells.
It also takes longer to test for brain damage.
But this is a more sensitive test, which means the doctor can get a more accurate estimate of how quickly the brain has recovered.
The concussion test can tell the doctor whether you need hospitalization or whether you can go back at a later date.
The DPT tests for mild and severe concussive brain injuries are the same, and the PET test is accurate as well.
So if you don’t have a mild DPT, the DPT might give you a more precise idea of whether or not you have concussion.