8 April 1996 Assessment of neurological (dys)function through multidimensional and fully multisensor biomedical imaging
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Various biomedical imaging sensors, including ElectroMagnetic Tomography, are being combined to study, assess, and localized neurological (dys)function. The interest for this combination stems from the broad variety and complementarity of information brought out by (functional-) Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy, Computed Tomodensitometry, Single Photon Emission Tomography, Positron Emission Tomography and ElectroMagnetic Tomography. Besides allowing morphology, metabolism and function to be studied simultaneously, this complementarity is also expected to show best when studying pathologies reflected by metabolic or electromagnetic dysfunctions. An example of clinical application for epilepsy assessment and surgery planning is presented, along with suggestions for further potential developments.
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Luc Marie Bidaut, Luc Marie Bidaut, Roberto Pascual-Marqui, Roberto Pascual-Marqui, Jacqueline Delavelle, Jacqueline Delavelle, Margitta Seeck, Margitta Seeck, Daniel Slosman, Daniel Slosman, Daniel Ruefenacht, Daniel Ruefenacht, "Assessment of neurological (dys)function through multidimensional and fully multisensor biomedical imaging", Proc. SPIE 2709, Medical Imaging 1996: Physiology and Function from Multidimensional Images, (8 April 1996); doi: 10.1117/12.237872; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.237872

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