magnetic source imaging


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magnetic source imaging

[mag‚ned·ik ′sȯrs ‚im·ij·iŋ]
(engineering)
A method of mapping electric currents within an object, particularly currents associated with biological activity, by using an array of SQUID magnetometers to detect the resulting magnetic fields surrounding the object. Abbreviated MSI.
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4-D Neuroimaging, headquartered in San Diego, CA with its Neuromag Oy subsidiary in Helsinki, Finland, and its sales and service office in Aachen, Germany, is dedicated to the development of Magnetic Source Imaging (MSI) systems that, through the use of superconducting sensors, measure magnetic fields in the human brain and body and assist in the diagnosis of a potentially broad range of medical disorders.
will direct the UAB Magnetic Source Imaging Laboratory.
BTi, headquartered in San Diego, CA, is dedicated to the development of Magnetic Source Imaging systems that measure magnetic fields in the human body and assist in the diagnosis of a potentially broad range of medical disorders.
4-D NeuroImaging, headquartered in San Diego, CA, is dedicated to the development of Magnetic Source Imaging systems that measure magnetic fields in the human body and assist in the diagnosis of a potentially broad range of medical disorders.
located in San Diego, CA, is dedicated to the development of Magnetic Source Imaging systems that assist in the diagnosis of a potentially broad range of medical disorders by measuring magnetic fields in the human body.
During the quarter, BTi contracted for a market study to assist in the identification and evaluation of significant clinical uses for Magnetic Source Imaging (MSI).
After repayment of approximately $2,000,000 of working capital loans from Dassesta, the Company will be in an enhanced cash position which it will utilize to significantly accelerate clinical acceptance of Magnetic Source Imaging (MSI) in addition to its continued pursuit of sales in the current worldwide research and clinical markets.
During this same period, the Company has further established the clinical and economic viability of Magnetic Source Imaging.