So I get this glossy brochure for a CME event from an "Amen Clinic" in CA. They want to train us all to set up SPECT scanners in our offices and routinely scan our patient's brains for diagnostic purposes. You know, so we can show our patients a pretty picture and say "You know how you were saying that you're impulsive? Well here it shows <OMG!> your frontal lobes are ---hypoactive! " So what do you think? Is a scan going to tell you anything you don't already know? Is seeing a picture going to change your patient's mind about their condition? Or is this just a way to enhance one's revenue stream?