Sources of error in comparing functional magnetic resonance imaging and invasive electrophysiological recordings.

@article{Hill2000SourcesOE,
  title={Sources of error in comparing functional magnetic resonance imaging and invasive electrophysiological recordings.},
  author={Derek L. G. Hill and A. D. Smith and Andrew Simmons and Calvin R. Maurer and Timothy C. Cox and Robert C.D. Elwes and Mick Brammer and David J. Hawkes and C. E. Polkey},
  journal={Journal of neurosurgery},
  year={2000},
  volume={93 2},
  pages={214-23}
}
OBJECT Several authors have recently reported studies in which they aim to validate functional magnetic resonance (fMR) imaging against the accepted gold standard of invasive electrophysiological monitoring. The authors have conducted a similar study, and in this paper they identify and quantify two characteristics of these data that can make such a comparison problematic. METHODS Eight patients in whom surgery for epilepsy was performed and five healthy volunteers underwent fMR imaging to… CONTINUE READING

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