Slowing of M1 oscillations in brain tumor patients in resting state and during movement.

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OBJECTIVE Brain tumors may severely disrupt the structure and function of the brain. While abnormal low-frequency activity can be found around tumor borders, disrupted structural connectivity may also impinge on neural activity in distant brain regions and other frequency bands. We investigated how glioma in patients with normal motor functioning affects… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.clinph.2012.04.012

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