Pneumatically Driven Finger Movement: A Novel Passive Functional MR Imaging Technique for Presurgical Motor and Sensory Mapping
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Knierim, K. E.
O'Shea, J. P.
Glover, G. H.
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CitationShriver, S., K. E. Knierim, J. P. O’Shea, G. H. Glover, and A. J. Golby. 2011. “Pneumatically Driven Finger Movement: A Novel Passive Functional MR Imaging Technique for Presurgical Motor and Sensory Mapping.” American Journal of Neuroradiology 34 (1) (July 21): E5–E7. doi:10.3174/ajnr.a2626.
AbstractTwo of the most common reasons for failure to obtain adequate preoperative functional data are inadequate task performance and excessive head motion. With an MR imaging-compatible pneumatically driven manipulandum, passive motor tasks elicited reproducible contralateral activation in the M1 and S1 in 10 healthy controls and 6 patients. The SMA was localized in all healthy controls and in 5 of 6 patients. Head motion was reduced in passive tasks compared with active tasks.
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