magnetoencephalography


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magnetoencephalography

[mag‚nēd·ō·in‚sef·ə′läg·rə·fē]
(medicine)
A method to detect the brain's electrical activity with an array of SQUID magnetometers positioned over the head.
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Roberts and colleagues at Children's Hospital in Philadelphia used magnetoencephalography imaging to measure the electromagnetic field produced during neuronal activation in 30 children with autism spectrum disorders, with or without concomitant language impairment, and 34 age-matched typically developing controls.
The Distributed Neuronal Systems Supporting Choice-Making in Real-Life Situations: Differences between Men and Women When Choosing Groceries Detected using Magnetoencephalography.
The results were obtained by analyzing magnetoencephalography, or MEG, signals and magnetic field tomography, or MFT.
Other observations deleted were for procedures rarely used for neurologic imaging: thermography, to detect changes in skin surface temperature (N=12), and magnetoencephalography, which measures magnetic fields generated by neuronal activity of the brain (N=6).
First, the correlation observed here between FFA responses and performance on face detection and identification parallels findings that the face-selective M170 response measured by magnetoencephalography (MEG) is correlated with both detection and identification of faces.
The basic technology is referred to as Magnetoencephalography (MEG), and the MEG systems measure and locate magnetic fields generated in the body.
Epilepsy evaluation by electroencephalography and magnetoencephalography in Lafora-body disease: A case report.
LOUNASMAA, Magnetoencephalography - theory, instrumentation, and applications to noninvasive studies of the working human brain, Rev.
Elekta Neuromag(R), the world's most advanced magnetoencephalography (MEG) system, represents a new standard for combined MEG/EEG devices.
Functional abnormalities can be detected with single-photon emission computed tomography (SPECT), PET, and magnetoencephalography.
The prestigious Seoul National University Hospital (SNUH) in Korea has chosen Elekta to supply Elekta Neuromag, the world's most advanced equipment for magnetoencephalography (MEG).