Carly was electrocuted and almost died before her husband, Larry, resuscitated her. Since the accident, Carly says she’s having trouble and doesn’t feel like herself anymore. Larry says he’s noticed a difference in his wife, including some unusual behaviors, like talking slower, laughing at inappropriate times, and closely following him around.
 
To determine if Carly’s brain may have been affected by the accident, Dr. Phil arranged for her to meet with Dr. Bradley Jabour, a world-renowned neuroradiologist who has pioneered cutting-edge breakthroughs in imaging and is one of the foremost experts on the impact trauma can have on the brain.
 

Hear the results of Carly’s MRIs in the video above. Could they explain some of the behaviors she’s been experiencing?
 
On Tuesday’s episode, "Survived Electrocution, But Barely Living," hear the results of Carly's psychiatric assessment. Check local listings to find out where you can watch.

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