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Our previous research on traumatic brain injury (TBI) patients has shown a strong relationship between specific white matter (WM) diffusion properties and motor deficits. The potential impact of TBI-related changes in network organization of the associated WM structural network on motor performance, however, remains largely unknown. Here, we used diffusion(More)
The acute effects of cigarette smoking on motor functions were examined in 21 patients with multiple sclerosis and 11 healthy control subjects. The motor function in the upper extremities was assessed by a simple test battery. Sixteen of 21 patients had a transient deterioration of their motor function immediately after smoking, lasting for 10 minutes. The(More)
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