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Multi-modal magnetic resonance imaging in the acute and sub-acute phase of mild traumatic brain injury: can we see the difference?
Advanced magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) methods were shown to be able to detect the subtle structural consequences of mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI). The objective of this study was to… Expand
Does obstetric brachial plexus injury influence speech dominance?
Right‐handedness and left‐sided language lateralization is an unresolved mystery with unknown cause/effect relations. Most studies suggest that the language lateralization is related to a fundamental… Expand
Right–left discrimination is related to the right hemisphere
We aimed to determine the functional localisation of right–left discrimination (RLD) by functional MRI (fMRI). In this study, 16 male volunteers were examined. There were three task sessions: one… Expand
The existence of biexponential signal decay in magnetic resonance diffusion‐weighted imaging appears to be independent of compartmentalization
- A. Schwarcz, P. Bogner, +7 authors J. Beloeil
- Medicine, Chemistry
- Magnetic resonance in medicine
- 1 February 2004
It is generally believed that the apparent diffusion coefficient (ADC) changes measured by diffusion‐weighted imaging (DWI) in brain pathologies are related to alterations in the water compartments.… Expand
Gustatory perception alterations in obesity: An fMRI study
- C. Szalay, M. Aradi, A. Schwarcz, G. Orsi, Z. Karádi
- Medicine, Psychology
- Brain Research
- 14 September 2012
The background of feeding associated and metabolic diseases is not sufficiently understood yet. Since gustatory alterations may be of particular significance in the above illnesses, in the present… Expand
“Dark” (compacted) neurons may not die through the necrotic pathway
Abstract“Dark” neurons were produced in the cortex of the rat brain by hypoglycemic convulsions. In the somatodendritic domain of each affected neuron, the ultrastructural elements, except for… Expand
History of simple febrile seizures is associated with hippocampal abnormalities in adults
Background: It is unclear whether the hippocampal abnormality in temporal lobe epilepsy (TLE) is a consequence or the cause of afebrile or febrile seizures (FSs). We investigated whether hippocampal… Expand
Both hemorrhagic and non-hemorrhagic traumatic MRI lesions are associated with the microstructural damage of the normal appearing white matter
- A. Tóth, Balint Kornyei, N. Kovács, T. Rostas, A. Schwarcz
- Psychology, Medicine
- Behavioural Brain Research
- 15 March 2018
HighlightsNon‐hemorrhagic lesion presence is related to decreased microstructural integrity.Basal ganglia area microbleeds are related to decreased microstructural integrity.Focal MRI pathology… Expand
Identifying seizure-onset zone and visualizing seizure spread by fMRI: a case report.
- T. Auer, Katalin Veto, +4 authors A. Schwarcz
- Epileptic disorders : international epilepsy…
- 1 June 2008
AIM To visualize by ictal, functional MRI, the initial haemodynamic change (i.e. putative seizure-onset zone) and subsequent seizure spread during an epileptic seizure. METHODS A 20-year-old woman… Expand
In vivo brain edema classification: New insight offered by large b‐value diffusion‐weighted MR imaging
- A. Schwarcz, Zsuzsa Ursprung, +6 authors T. Doczi
- Journal of magnetic resonance imaging : JMRI
- 1 January 2007
To assess the role of large b‐value diffusion weighted imaging (DWI) in the characterization of the physicochemical properties of the water in brain edema under experimental and clinical conditions.