Celia Rousseau

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In multiple sclerosis (MS), it seems likely that the variability of the long-term disability might be partly due to the variability of the early gray matter (GM) injury. In the present study, we assessed the variability of GM injury in early MS, using a method designed to determine individual pathological GM patterns. Eighteen patients presenting with a(More)
The impact of the hemisphere affected by impairment in models of network disease is not fully understood. Among such models, focal epilepsies are characterised by recurrent seizures generated in epileptogenic areas also responsible for wider network dysfunction between seizures. Previous work focusing on functional connectivity within circumscribed networks(More)
BACKGROUND The compensatory effect of brain functional connectivity enhancement in relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS) remains controversial. OBJECTIVE To characterize the relationships between brain functional connectivity changes and disability progression in RRMS. METHODS Long-range connectivity, short-range connectivity, and density of(More)
Four decades after the civil rights revolution began with the Supreme Court's unanimous 1954 school desegregation decision, Brown v. Board of Education, the Supreme Court reversed itself in the 1990s, authorizing school districts to return to segregated and unequal public schools…. The new policies refl ected the victory of the conservative movement that(More)
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