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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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Junghafer, "Electromagnetic encephalography software: overview and integration with other EEG/MEG toolboxes," Computational Intelligence and Neuroscience, vol.
The 350-bed hospital is equipped with latest technology medical facilities, including ultrasound, CT scan, blood filtration equipments, x-ray machines, oxygen and encephalography (EEG).
Encephalography: Proceedings of the 24th European Meeting on Electroencephalography.
Electrophysiological methods, such as EEG and magneto encephalography (MEG), are based on the direct mapping of transient be brain electrical (or the associated magnetic) dipoles generated by neuronal depolarisation and as such define the underlying cortical neuronal events in real time.
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Electro Encephalography (EEC) and Positron Emission Tomography (PET) today allow us to observe live subjects in mid-thought.
University of Oriente, El Tigre-Anzoategui, [2] Epilepsy and Encephalography Unit, El Tigre-Anzoategui, Venezuela, [3] Institut de Bioquimica Clinica, Seccion de Errores Congenitos del Metabolismo, Servicio de Bioquimica y Genetica Molecular, Hospital Clinic, CIBERER and CSIC, Barcelona, Spain, [4] Biochemistry and Molecular and Cell Biology, University of Zaragoza.
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Using magneto encephalography, the researchers found that about a second before errors were committed, unusually strong activity patterns were seen in two brain regions.
(10) See DUMITRU CONSTANTIN IGNAT ROMAN, SEBASTIAN NEAGU SADOVEANU, Encephalography: Guide, The Military Publishing House, Bucharest, 1986; also see PATRICK DROUOT, Spiritual Healing and Immortality: The Therapeutical Paths of the Future, Sagittarius Publishing House, Iasi, 1994.
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.