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encephalography

[en‚sef·ə′läg·rə·fē]
(medicine)
Roentgenography of the brain following removal of cerebrospinal fluid, by lumbar or cisternal puncture, and its replacement by air or other gas.
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Join to hear from a marketing specialist and a neurobiologist how the functional nuclear magnetic resonance and encephalography are used for the purposes of advertising.
Using magneto encephalography, the researchers found that about a second before errors were committed, unusually strong activity patterns were seen in two brain regions.
Before these systems were developed, cerebral angiography, and encephalography using air or other contrast media injected into the CSF via lumbar puncture or a burr hole, were the best available images obtainable.
The link-ups were made with the university's Magneto encephalography (MEG) and functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) laboratories.
Let me begin with a brief explanation of the three most important technological advances in brain research: Positron Emission Tomography (PET), Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI), and Quantitative Encephalography (qEEG).
There also is a lack of EEG and clinical specificity to associate epileptic encephalography with autistic regression, because most children with autistic regression on overnight EEG testing do not have epileptiform activity and there is no clinical difference between children with autistic regression and those with nonregressive ASD.
The Swedish oncology and neurosurgery solutions and services supplier Elekta AB said on Wednesday (23 June) that it would establish an international network of research centres for Elekta Neuromag magneto encephalography (MEG) systems.
When I was a trainee in internal medicine and neurology in the 1960s, we had available only cranial x-rays and techniques that were relatively hazardous and unpleasant to perform, such as air encephalography and invasive angiography by direct arterial puncture.