Cerebral motor control in patients with gliomas around the central sulcus studied with spatially filtered magnetoencephalography.

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OBJECTIVE Application of spatially filtered magnetoencephalography (MEG) to investigate changes in the mechanism of cerebral motor control in patients with tumours around the central sulcus. METHODS MEG records were made during a repetitive hand grasping task in six patients with gliomas around the central sulcus and in four control subjects. Power… (More)

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