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Identification of EEG Events in the MR Scanner: The Problem of Pulse Artifact and a Method for Its Subtraction
Triggering functional MRI (fMRI) image acquisition immediately after an EEG event can provide information on the location of the event generator. However, EEG artifact associated with pulsatile bloodExpand
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Three‐dimensional maximum probability atlas of the human brain, with particular reference to the temporal lobe
Probabilistic atlases of neuroanatomy are more representative of population anatomy than single brain atlases. They allow anatomical labeling of the results of group studies in stereotaxic space,Expand
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Modelling large motion events in fMRI studies of patients with epilepsy.
EEG-correlated fMRI can provide localisation information on the generators of epileptiform discharges in patients with focal epilepsy. To increase the technique's clinical potential, it is importantExpand
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Recording of EEG during fMRI experiments: Patient safety
The acquisition of electroencephalograms (EEG) during functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) experiments raises important practical issues of patient safety. The presence of electrical wiresExpand
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Temporal lobe interictal epileptic discharges affect cerebral activity in “default mode” brain regions
A cerebral network comprising precuneus, medial frontal, and temporoparietal cortices is less active both during goal‐directed behavior and states of reduced consciousness than during conscious rest.Expand
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Functional magnetic resonance imaging of human absence seizures
We studied a patient with idiopathic generalized epilepsy and frequent absences, using electroencephalogram‐correlated functional magnetic resonance imaging. Four prolonged runs of generalizedExpand
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Fast, accurate, and reproducible automatic segmentation of the brain in T1‐weighted volume MRI data
A new fast automated algorithm has been developed to segment the brain from T1‐weighted volume MR images. The algorithm uses automated thresholding and morphological operations. It is fullyExpand
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Studying spontaneous EEG activity with fMRI
The multifaceted technological challenge of acquiring simultaneous EEG-correlated fMRI data has now been met and the potential exists for mapping electrophysiological activity with unprecedentedExpand
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Automatic segmentation of the hippocampus and the amygdala driven by hybrid constraints: Method and validation
The segmentation from MRI of macroscopically ill-defined and highly variable structures, such as the hippocampus (Hc) and the amygdala (Am), requires the use of specific constraints. Here, weExpand
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Causal Hierarchy within the Thalamo-Cortical Network in Spike and Wave Discharges
Background Generalised spike wave (GSW) discharges are the electroencephalographic (EEG) hallmark of absence seizures, clinically characterised by a transitory interruption of ongoing activities andExpand
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