The localization of spontaneous brain activity: first results in patients with cerebral tumors

@article{Jongh2001TheLO,
  title={The localization of spontaneous brain activity: first results in patients with cerebral tumors},
  author={Arent de Jongh and Jan C. de Munck and Johannes C. Baayen and E Joost Jonkman and Bob W. van Dijk},
  journal={Clinical Neurophysiology},
  year={2001},
  volume={112},
  pages={378-385}
}
OBJECTIVE From EEG studies, it is known that structural brain lesions are accompanied by abnormal rhythmic electric activity. With the better spatial resolution of MEG, MEG dipole analysis can extend the knowledge based on EEG power spectra. This study presents the first results of a completely automatic analysis method applied to spontaneous MEG. METHODS Spontaneous MEG data of 5 patients with cerebral brain tumors and 4 controls were collected using a whole-head MEG system. Signals were… CONTINUE READING

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