Towards motion insensitive EEG-fMRI: Correcting motion-induced voltages and gradient artefact instability in EEG using an fMRI prospective motion correction (PMC) system

@article{Maziero2016TowardsMI,
  title={Towards motion insensitive EEG-fMRI: Correcting motion-induced voltages and gradient artefact instability in EEG using an fMRI prospective motion correction (PMC) system},
  author={Danilo Maziero and Tonicarlo Rodrigues Velasco and Nigel Hunt and Edwin Payne and Louis Lemieux and Carlos Ernesto Garrido Salmon and David W. Carmichael},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2016},
  volume={138},
  pages={13-27}
}
  • Danilo Maziero, Tonicarlo Rodrigues Velasco, +4 authors David W. Carmichael
  • Published in NeuroImage 2016
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • The simultaneous acquisition of electroencephalography and functional magnetic resonance imaging (EEG-fMRI) is a multimodal technique extensively applied for mapping the human brain. However, the quality of EEG data obtained within the MRI environment is strongly affected by subject motion due to the induction of voltages in addition to artefacts caused by the scanning gradients and the heartbeat. This has limited its application in populations such as paediatric patients or to study epileptic… CONTINUE READING

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