Magnetoencephalography in pediatric neuroimaging

@inproceedings{Paetau2002MagnetoencephalographyIP,
  title={Magnetoencephalography in pediatric neuroimaging},
  author={Ritva Paetau},
  year={2002}
}
Neural currents give rise to electroencephalogram (EEG) and magnetoencephalogram (MEG). MEG has selective sensitivity to tangential currents (from fissural cortex), and less distorted signals compared with EEG. A major goal of MEG is to determine the location and timing of cortical generators for event-related responses, spontaneous brain oscillations or epileptiform activity. MEG provides a spatial accuracy of a few mm under optimal conditions, combined with an excellent submillisecond… CONTINUE READING

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