Xavier De Tiège
Lecture 1: MEG, from theory to clinical applications
This video goes through several clinical experiments showing MEG possibilities. For example, non-temporal epilepsy is well covered, given that is one of the most common clinical applications of MEG, which has proved to be worth-considering in the presurgical evaluation of different patients (negative EEG and high suspicion of epilepsy, negative MRI, patients with discordant clinical findings, etc.). Soon enough, clinical applications will also emerge from MEG resting state functional connectivity investigations.