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Magnetoencephalography (MEG) is a technique used to non-invasively record neuromagnetic fields generated by the human brain. Our new SARA (SQUID Array for Reproductive Assessment) is a unique MEG device designed specifically for the study of the fetal neurophysiology. During the acquistion of fetal magnetoencephalography (fMEG), many other interfering(More)
Fetal magnetoencephalographic (fMEG) measurements are performed with interference from the fetal and maternal magnetocardiogram (MCG). Fetal movement, fetal breathing, fetal eye blinks or eye rollings and maternal muscle-contraction may generate detectable signals. These factors can be called "interventions," which can be manifested in space and/or time.(More)
This study focuses on a multimodal imaging technique that integrates both structural and functional information using a priori ultrasound (US) information to assist near-infrared (NIR) diffuse optical tomography (DOT). Up to date, hand-held systems that integrates DOT and US have been demonstrated. Our system is designed to be fully-automated and(More)
Non-invasive technique such as magneto-encephalography (MEG), initially pioneered to study human brain signals, has found many other applications in medicine. SQUID(1) Array for Reproductive Assessment (SARA) is a unique non-invasive scanning-device developed at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) that can detect fetal brain and other(More)
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