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Using MEG for studying developmental somatosensory and motor problems * 849
Рубрика: Abstracts of oral session talks
Тип: научная статья
* These studies were financially supported by the Jenny and Antti Wihuri Foundation, the Academy of Finland (Centre of Excellence Programme), the Helsinki University Central Hospital Research Grants, Foundation for Pediatric Research, the Finnish Medical Foundation, the Emil Aaltonen Foundation, the Maud Kuistila Memorial Foundation and the aivoAALTO project of the Aalto University.
During the last decade magnetoencephalography (MEG) has been used to study the development of cortical somatosensory functioning in infants and children. The studies on typically developing infants and children have made it possible to extend the investigations on to clinical groups. MEG as a noninvasive neuroimaging method with good spatial and temporal resolution promises new vistas in studying the at-risk infants. For example, the preterm infants, whose survival has tremendously increased in the last decades, form a group of patients susceptible to neurological impairments, such as cerebral palsy (CP).
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