Role of multichannel magnetoencephalography in the evaluation of ablative seizure surgery candidates. Smith, J.; Gallen, C.; Orrison, W.; Lewine, J.; Murro, A.; King, D.; and Gallagher, B. Stereotact Funct Neurosurg, 62:238--44, 1994.
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@Article{RSM:Smi94,
  author =       "J.R. Smith and C. Gallen and W. Orrison and J. Lewine
                 and A.M. Murro and D.W. King and B.B. Gallagher",
  title =        "Role of multichannel magnetoencephalography in the
                 evaluation of ablative seizure surgery candidates",
  journal =      "Stereotact Funct Neurosurg",
  year =         "1994",
  volume =       "62",
  pages =        "238--44",
  robnote =      "Magnetic source imaging (MSI) was performed on 30
                 ablative epilepsy surgery candidates.(MEG) was
                 performed after digitizing the same fiducial points. A
                 37-channel magnetometer obtained data at two to five
                 sites over each hemisphere. MEG epileptiform data were
                 obtained with and without EEG triggering. A single
                 equivalent current dipole model was used to determine
                 orientation and location of a dipole generator whose
                 surface isocontour map most closely fits the measured
                 dipolar data for each event.",
  bibdate =      "Thu Jan 15 14:53:44 1998",
}
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