stenberg at cc.Helsinki.FI
Wed Sep 11 09:05:38 EST 1996
Marcus <73370.2242 at CompuServe.COM> wrote:
> Since the brain has many folds & invaginations, many of the
> apical dendrites would not be at right angles to the surface of
> the brain. Why isn't this a problem in assuming the valididty of
> EEG recordings ?
It is. Magnetoencephalography can handle the folds, because the fields
are at right angles to the electrical ones. Trouble is, the equipment is
much more expensive.
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