Reconstruction of the cortical sources of the EEG signal

The EEG signal can be used to quantify and localize synaptic current distributions when using multichannel EEG and taking into account the conductivity structure of the head. Reliable reconstruction of cortical sources allows to measure cortical excitability directly, in a non-invasive way and with an appropriate temporal resolution (milliseconds).

TelMed allows you to view the intensity of activation of the cortical zones on the three-dimensional model of the patient's cerebral cortex, detected during the acquisition of electroencephalographic signals.