Dina Lelic

Learn More
Inverse modeling is typically applied to instantaneous electroencephalogram signals. However, this approach has several shortcomings including its instability to model multiple and deep located dipole sources and the interference of background noise may hamper the sensitivity, stability, and precision of the estimated dipoles. This article validates(More)
OBJECTIVE Long-term diabetes leads to severe peripheral, autonomous, and central neuropathy in combination with clinical gastrointestinal symptoms. The brain-gut axis thus expresses a neurophysiological profile, and heart rate variability (HRV) can be correlated with clinical gastrointestinal symptoms. RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS Fifteen healthy(More)
Electrical low-frequency stimulation (LFS) inhibits pain perception and nociceptive processing as shown by psychophysical and electrophysiological means (long-term depression, LTD). Information regarding central mechanisms involved in LTD induction and maintenance are still missing. This study hypothesizes that electrical LFS induces changes in activation(More)
INTRODUCTION Multichannel matching pursuit (MMP) is a relatively new method that can be applied to electroencephalogram (EEG) signals in combination with inverse modelling. However, limitations of MMP have not been adequately tested. The aims of this study were to investigate how the accuracy of MMP algorithm is altered due to increased number of brain(More)
Functional gastrointestinal disorders are commonly encountered in clinical practice, and pain is their commonest presenting symptom. In addition, patients with these disorders often demonstrate a heightened sensitivity to experimental visceral stimulation, termed visceral pain hypersensitivity that is likely to be important in their pathophysiology.(More)
INTRODUCTION It has been shown that patients with type 1 diabetes mellitus and gastrointestinal (GI) symptoms have abnormal processing of sensory information following stimulation in the oesophagus. In order to find less invasive stimuli to study visceral afferent processing and to further elaborate the gut-brain network in diabetes, we studied brain(More)
BACKGROUND Increasing evidence points to association between long-term diabetes mellitus and abnormal brain processing. The aim of this study was to investigate central changes due to electrical stimulation in esophagus in patients with upper gastrointestinal (GI) symptoms due to diabetic neuropathy. METHODS Twenty-three diabetes patients with upper GI(More)
We present a method for segmenting evoked potentials into functional micro-states. The method is based on measuring the similarity between all the topographic maps in the evoked potential and grouping them into functional micro-states based on minimizing an error function. The similarity is measured as the normalized cross-correlation coefficient. The(More)
BACKGROUND The underlying pain mechanisms of chronic pancreatitis (CP) are incompletely understood, but recent research points to involvement of pathological central nervous system processing involving pain-relevant brain areas. We investigated the organization and connectivity of brain networks involved in nociceptive processing in patients with painful(More)