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Published on Jun 27, 2011
Original Air Date: June 23, 2011
SISCOM (Subtraction Ictal SPECT CO-registered to MRI) is an epilepsy-oriented application that uses a combination of SPECT and MRI to assess regional activation of the brain during seizure. The technique takes advantage of the transient focal increase in cerebral blood flow in the region of seizure focus to allow a precise anatomic localization of epileptic activation sites.
Watch this recorded Webinar to learn how to: * Process ictal and interictal SPECT scans to create an activation map * Segment the cortical anatomy from a T1-weighted MRI volume * Fuse the computed activation map with the MRI volume * Visualize both structure and function in a three-dimensional rendering.