[FieldTrip] EEG and shunts

Jason Chan jasonseehochan at gmail.com
Mon Mar 12 15:35:48 CET 2018

Dear Fieldtrippers,

This is not a specific Frieldtrip question, but I am hoping you can answer
it anyways. I am trying to design an eeg experiment with hydrocephalus
patients. However, most will have multiple shunts. I realise this will
likely have dramatic effects to the activation patterns.  A quick Google
search gave me some rather old papers. I am wondering what is the best way
to compare their activity to controls?  Also, I will have access to their
MRIs. Can I use beamforming?  Unfortunately, I don't have access to an MEG.

Thanks in advance for any advise.


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