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Magnetoencephalography (MEG) and Magnetic Source Imaging (MSI)
The Neurologist 10:138-153, Wheless,J.W.,et al, 2004
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Article Abstract
MEG studies can now be performed on a routine basis as a clinical tool. MEG is now indicated for: 1) localization of the irritative zone in lesional and nonlesional epilepsy surgery patients, 2) functional mapping of eloquent cortex, and 3) assessment of normal and abnormal language development. In the future MEG may help the understanding of normal development and reorganization after brain injury. The neurologist can use MEG data to complement structural and metabolic imaging techniques.
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