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Dentatorubrothalamic tract in human brain: diffusion tensor tractography study
The highest probabilistic location for the DRTT at the thalamus was compatible with the location of the VL nucleus, which could be useful in research on movement control. Expand
Mammillothalamic tract in human brain: Diffusion tensor tractography study
The mammillothalamic tract (MTT) is a part of the Papez circuit and connects the mammillary body and anterior thalamus and is identified in the human brain using diffusion tensor tractography (DTT). Expand
Differences in neural connectivity between the substantia nigra and ventral tegmental area in the human brain
  • H. Kwon, S. Jang
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Front. Hum. Neurosci.
  • 6 February 2014
The method and results can provide useful information for clinicians and researchers in neuroscience, especially who work for Parkinson’s disease and patients with brain injury, and any differences in neural connectivity of the SN/VTA in the human brain. Expand
The ascending reticular activating system from pontine reticular formation to the hypothalamus in the human brain: A diffusion tensor imaging study
The reconstruction methodology and the results of this study would be useful to clinicians involved in the care of patients with impaired consciousness and researchers in studies of the ARAS. Expand
The effect of a stretching device on hand spasticity in chronic hemiparetic stroke patients.
It is found that the stretching device was effective in relieving hand spasticity in chronic stroke patients and showed significant interaction between time and effect of intervention. Expand
Anatomical location and somatotopic organization of the corticospinal tract in the corona radiata of the normal human brain: a diffusion tensor tractography study
The findings suggest that the anatomical location and somatotopic organization for the upper extremity are located anterolaterally to the lower extremity in the CR of a normal human brain and distances between the upper and lower extremities become decreased as the CST descends from the upper to theLower CR level. Expand
The relation between motor function of stroke patients and diffusion tensor imaging findings for the corticospinal tract
It appears that the corticospinal tract is related to motor function of upper and lower extremities, with particular relation to motor functions of upper extremities including the hand, compared with other motor functions. Expand
The anatomical characteristics of the stria terminalis in the human brain: A diffusion tensor tractography study
The stria terminalis is identified and the anatomical characteristics of the ST in the normal human brain is observed using diffusion tensor tractography to investigate its anatomy and function in the human brain. Expand
Injury of the Ascending Reticular Activating System in Patients With Fatigue and Hypersomnia Following Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
AbstractWe report on patients with post-traumatic fatigue and hypersomnia who showed injury of the lower portion of the ascending reticular activating system (ARAS) between the pontine reticularExpand
Injury of the Mammillothalamic Tract in Patients with Thalamic Hemorrhage
It is found that a large portion of patients with thalamic hemorrhage appeared to suffer severe injury of the ipsilesional MTT and 18.2% of them appeared to suffering severe injury even in the contralesional M TT. Expand