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YEARS

2006-2008

FUNDING AMOUNT

17040000 JPY

ABSTRACT

30% of aphasia language activity was observed in the inferior hemisphere. 7 of 11 people who followed up the transition to the activity of the inferior side is dominant side after half a year. To recovery early inferior side is supporting the language, phenomenon of migration has been observed in the then dominant side. The estimation accuracy of the virtual registration method is spatial analysis of brain times level even MRI3 dimensional digitizer not within about 1cm was considered to be possible. This has become possible integration with comparisons and other measurement methods data of the data between the subject by standard brain coordinate system. More... »

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https://kaken.nii.ac.jp/grant/KAKENHI-PROJECT-18390404

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