Functional MRI of human motor cortices during overt and imagined finger movements

A T2*‐weighted echo‐planar imaging technique at 4 T was employed to produce functional maps of the human motor cortices during overt and imagined movements

Seong-Gi Kim

2007

Scholarcy highlights

  • A T2*‐weighted echo‐planar imaging technique at 4 T was employed to produce functional maps of the human motor cortices during overt and imagined movements
  • Task‐related activation of the primary motor cortex during imagined finger movements was observed in all subjects, suggesting that the motor cortex may have “premotor” functions in addition to its classically assigned function solely as a muscle controller
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