Rhythmic brain activity at rest from rolandic areas in acute mono-hemispheric stroke: A magnetoencephalographic study

@article{Tecchio2005RhythmicBA,
  title={Rhythmic brain activity at rest from rolandic areas in acute mono-hemispheric stroke: A magnetoencephalographic study},
  author={Franca Tecchio and Filippo Zappasodi and Patrizio Pasqualetti and Mario Tombini and Carlo Salustri and Antonio Oliviero and Vittorio Pizzella and Fabrizio Vernieri and Paolo Maria Rossini},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2005},
  volume={28},
  pages={72-83}
}
In order to deepen our knowledge of the brain's ability to react to a cerebral insult, it is fundamental to obtain a "snapshot" of the acute phase, both for understanding the neural condition immediately after the insult and as a starting point for follow-up and clinical outcome prognosis. The characteristics of the brain's spontaneous neuronal activity in perirolandic cortical areas were investigated in 32 patients who had a stroke in the middle cerebral artery (MCA) territory of one… CONTINUE READING

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