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Kuzniecky, R
"Magnetic resonance and functional magnetic resonance imaging: tools for the study of human epilepsy"
Current opinion in neurology 1997 Apr; 10(2):88-91
The development of new magnetic resonance imaging base neuroimaging techniques is increasing the utility and the importance of magnetic resonance imaging in the investigation of patients with epilepsy. Recent advances in magnetic resonance imaging, magnetic resonance spectroscopy and functional magnetic resonance imaging are not only providing relevant clinical information regarding human epilepsy but are also revealing important insights into its basic mechanisms. In the present review the role of these new technologies is discussed in the context of their clinical utility

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