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Fluorescence-guided surgery with 5-aminolevulinic acid for resection of malignant glioma: a randomised controlled multicentre phase III trial.
The functional neuroanatomy of target detection: an fMRI study of visual and auditory oddball tasks.
The neuronal response patterns that are required for an adequate behavioural reaction to subjectively relevant changes in the environment are commonly studied by means of oddball paradigms, in which…
Attentional systems in target and distractor processing: a combined ERP and fMRI study
Clinical application of proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy in the diagnosis of intracranial mass lesions
This study shows that spectroscopy added to MRI helps in tissue characterization of intracranial mass lesions, thereby leading to an improved diagnosis of focal brain disease.
Distributed cortical systems in visual short-term memory revealed by event-related functional magnetic resonance imaging.
This work investigated visual short-term memory for objects, places and conjunctions in humans using event-related time-resolved functional magnetic resonance imaging that permitted segregation of encoding, retention and retrieval phases and confirmed a posterior-anterior and right-left dissociation for spatial versus non-spatial memory.
Sustained extrastriate cortical activation without visual awareness revealed by fMRI studies of hemianopic patients
Cerebral gliomas: diffusional kurtosis imaging analysis of microstructural differences.
This study demonstrates specific diffusion patterns for low- and high-grade gliomas, showing that diffusional kurtosis imaging is able to depict microstructural changes within glioma tissue and is ability to help differentiate amongglioma grades.
Tracking the Mind's Image in the Brain I Time-Resolved fMRI during Visuospatial Mental Imagery
Matching two imagined clocks: the functional anatomy of spatial analysis in the absence of visual stimulation.
This result clarifies the nature of top-down processes in the dorsal stream of the human cerebral cortex and provides evidence for a specific convergence of the pathways of imagery and visual perception within the parietal lobes.
Functional Imaging of Visuospatial Processing in Alzheimer's Disease
Results indicate that parietal dysfunction in mild to moderate AD is compensated by recruitment of the ventral visual pathway and suggest that local cerebral atrophy should be considered as a covariate in functional imaging studies of neurodegenerative disorders.