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“Every person treated me with much care and affection. I want to thank all the nurses for their care and kindness. Doctor was as good as the nurses! Doctor and nurses treated me like family. I hope no friend or family ever has to go to (Meadowlands) hospital but if they do – they will be in caring hands.”
— Mark S., Meadowlands Hospital Emergency Room Patient, January 2017

“The food was great and I had many channels on my tv. WiFi worked perfectly. I LOVED the nurses. They all genuinely cared and were always willing to listen to me. I honestly LOVE the nurses on the maternity ward. I really wish I was better with names because they were all exceptional!”
— Lillian D., Meadowlands Hospital HCAHPS/Postpartum Patient, December 2016



The NeuroMagnetic Brain Imaging laboratory houses a state-of-the-art Elekta Neuromag-Triux Magnetoencephalography (MEG) system equipped with 306 MEG channels and 64 Electroencephalography (EEG) channels integrated for simultaneous recording of electro-magnetic brain activity. MEG is a neurophysiology recording technology that measures very small magnetic fields produced by synchronized neural activity in the brain and allows for exquisite spatiotemporal imaging of brain function. This is accomplished via specialized super-conducting sensors that map activity in the brain such as epilepsy. The procedure is totally non-invasive and therefore can be applied to adults and children.

In our MEG imaging center, we can pinpoint brain localizations of epilepsy and essential “eloquent” functional cortex which involves speech comprehension, somatosensory and motor functions. These procedures are considered a part of pre-surgical evaluation of neurosurgical candidates that are being treated for Medically Intractable Epilepsy or Brain Tumor.
To the left there is an example of MEG/EEG brain localization technique performed in MEG lab of MHMC

The MEG evaluation is highly recommended for patients who potentially may consider brain pacemaker to suppress an ictal activity in the brain. However, a clinical-research study recently published in Epilepsy Research Journal demonstrated the high level of better outcomes for patients who undergo brain surgery who did have MEG evaluation prior to the surgery as compared to those who did not.
 ›download the full article Comparison of MEG, ICEEG, and Outcome
 ›download the full article The Correlation of MEG

For MEG mapping we are requesting the anatomical brain images (e.g., MRI), which allow us to overlay MEG data and structural anatomical data (MRI) visualization of MEG results by the neurologist/neurosurgeon.

Please complete the following forms and fax/email to us:
Referral Form
Patient Screening Form
Referral Checklist

For more information or if you need to discuss a case please contact the lab:
NeuroMagnetic Brain Imaging Laboratary
Medical Imaging Department
Phone: 201-325-6740
Fax: 201-392-3402