neuroimaging

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neu·ro·im·ag·ing

 (no͝or′ō-ĭm′ĭ-jĭng, nyo͝or′-)
n.
Radiological imaging that depicts brain structure or function.
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Neuro-imaging shows that both hearing a story and experiencing something in real life activates the same region of the brain; the brain does not distinguish between the two.
At the ER I continued to provide "wrong answers" to questions regarding time and place and off to neuro-imaging (CT scans, MRI) I went.
That's why we decided to do a full neuro-imaging study, scanning the brains of habitual players of action video games and comparing them to non-players, and what we saw was less grey matter in the hippocampus of habitual players.
Cerebros : Portable and low cost combination of Neuro-imaging ( EEG) and near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) for stroke detection.
They will be given a tour of the PS44m centre, which houses a combination of neuro-imaging equipment that is unique in Europe.
The new PS44m facility provides scientists with the most powerful neuro-imaging equipment in Europe to help unravel the mysteries of the human brain.
Objective: To determine the frequency of isolated mega cisterna magna (MCM) in Saudi population, compare the accuracy of fetal ultrasound with postnatal neuro-imaging, report the associated central nervous system (CNS) anomalies on postnatal neuro-imaging.
The present study aimed to address some of this subjectiveness by using neuro-imaging markers to assess structural changes in the brain and examine the relationship with Mediterranean diet adherence.
a biotechnology company focused on neurodegenerative and central nervous system disorders, playing a critical role in the clinical development of spinal cord and stroke therapeutics, and a best-in-class neuro-imaging agent for Parkinson's disease.
The data on clinical features, laboratory findings and neuro-imaging reports were analyzed by SPSS software ver.
8220;During this time I was delighted by the power of neuroscience to shine a light and suggest strategies from education that would be most correlated with the neuroscience research that was increasing in quantity and with more specificity, thanks to neuro-imaging.
HIGH THROUGHPUT COMPUTING WORKFLOW FOR A NEURO-IMAGING APPLICATION--PROVENANCE AND APPROACHES THOMAS ANTHONY, JON MARSTRANDER, FRANK SKIDMORE, JOHN-PAUL ROBINSON, UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA AT BIRMINGHAM, BIRMINGHAM, AL 35294.
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