Metabolic and electrophysiological validation of functional MRI

Krings, T.; Schreckenberger, M.; Rohde, V.; Foltys, H.; Spetzger, U.; Sabri, O.; Reinges, M. H. T.; Kemeny, S.; Meyer, P. T.; Möller-Hartmann, W.; Korinth, M.; Gilsbach, J. M.; Buell, U.; Thron, A.
December 2001
Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry;Dec2001, p762
Academic Journal
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