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Where do our memories get stored and how are they retrieved again?

There is a common knowledge that several brain areas are involved in memory processes and each area is involved in a different aspect of memory. But where do our memories get stored and how are they ...
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How to make diagnosis of these symptoms using Pet scan, fMRI, and EEG?

The symptoms are muscle weakness, slow reaction time, visual perception issues, seizures, hearing loss, weight gain, general sense of pain and delusions. Using the above scanning techniques, a doctor ...
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Which brain structure or function cannot be studied using neuroimaging techniques?

Considering CT, PET, MRI, fMRI, EEG, MEG, DWI, and DTI techniques, is there any structure or function of the brain that cannot be determined and studied using regular imaging techniques? My first ...
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Finding the anterior comissure to set origin in a SPECT image using SPM/ISAS

I am learning how to use SPM and ISAS to analyze ictal and interictal SPECT. However I am stuck at a point of their tutorial. In the item 1.2 one has to set the origin for the SPECT image. That is, ...
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How to import images used to analysis in SPM to FreeSurfer

FreeSurfer uses the recon-all command to semi-automatically generate its statistics. This tool implies a certain directory structure in which the files with the images for the samples should be ...
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Structural neuroimaging processing with FreeSurfer or SPM?

I have a limited amount of time to analyse strucutural neuroimaging from a sample of patients. My objective is to simply extract volumes from selected fronto-parietal areas. I have no previous ...