electrocorticography


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electrocorticography

[i¦lek·trə‚kȯrd·ə′käg·rə·fē]
(medicine)
The technique of surveying the electrical activity of the cerebral cortex.
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The researchers used a flexible pad of electrodes called an electrocorticography array, or ECoG, that rests on the brain's surface to tap on the signals, MIT Technology Review reports.
The other was an Australian cohort of 12 patients with focal epilepsy who had at least 30 recorded seizures in a study of an implanted electrocorticography device that tracked them between 6 months and 3 years.
These electrocorticography, or ECoG, systems are currently bulky but, by using flexible, biocompatible polymers, Muller hopes to create tiny chips and antennas that can wirelessly collect power and integrate seamlessly with the brain.
Neuroscientific evidence is garnered via use of a number of machines, including electroencephalography ("EEG"), electrocorticography ("ECoG"), and functional magnetic resonance imaging ("fMRI"), although still other machines are used.
With the current use of high gamma electrocorticography, the inferior frontal gyrus of the dominant left hemisphere is demonstrated as being one of the most important brain regions for language processing [4].
Nakanishi et al., "Prediction of hand trajectory from electrocorticography signals in primary motor cortex," PLoS One, vol.
Kelsey et al., "Characterization of scale-free properties of human electrocorticography in awake and slow wave sleep states," Frontiers in Neurology, vol.
Chung, "Prediction of movement intention using connectivity within motor-related network: an electrocorticography study," PLoS One, vol.
AED = antiepileptic drug, ECoG = electrocorticography, ECT = electroconvulsive therapy, IVAD = intravenous anesthetic drug, MST = multiple subpial transections, NORSE = new-onset refractory status epilepticus, and VNS = vagus nerve stimulator.
Abbreviations ECoG - electrocorticography FD - fractal dimension DC - direct current GABA-A - gamma-aminobutyric acid type A Changes in spontaneous activity during anesthesia and aluminium intoxication led to desynchronization of the rhythm and change in the balanced state.