Applications of functional MRI
In research, functional MRI is widely used in neuropsychological and cognitive studies.
In clinical practice, functional MRI is currently applied to localizing functional regions of motricity and language for pre-operational purposes before a neurosurgical excision, to determine the hemispheric dominance of language (to calculate the laterality index) and assess the possibilities of functional recuperation.
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