Magnetoencephalography as a Clinical Tool: A Brief Review of Current Studies

Keywords: clinical, presurgical mapping, MEG, EEG, epilepsy

Abstract

Magnetoencephalography (MEG) is becoming a very popular functional neuroimaging tool in clinical practice. It is currently used with other imaging methods to aid diagnosis and pre-surgical mapping of many conditions ranging from epilepsy to depression. This paper reviews the most current studies that have utilized MEG for investigating some of these conditions and discusses the benefits of using this method in medical practice.

Published
2020-01-18