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Improving Lesion-Symptom Mapping
Voxel-based lesion mapping can be used to determine relationships between behavioral measures and the location of brain injury, revealing the function of brain regions. Expand
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Texture analysis of medical images.
The analysis of texture parameters is a useful way of increasing the information obtainable from medical images. It is an ongoing field of research, with applications ranging from the segmentation ofExpand
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Age-specific CT and MRI templates for spatial normalization
Spatial normalization reshapes an individual's brain to match the shape and size of a template image. Expand
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Mapping anterior temporal lobe language areas with fMRI: A multicenter normative study
We designed an fMRI protocol comparing comprehension of brief narratives (Story task) with a semantically shallow control task involving serial arithmetic (Math task). Expand
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Medial temporal lobe epilepsy is associated with neuronal fibre loss and paradoxical increase in structural connectivity of limbic structures
Background It has been hypothesised that seizure induced neuronal loss and axonal damage in medial temporal lobe epilepsy (MTLE) may lead to the development of aberrant connections between limbicExpand
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Parietal updating of limb posture: An event-related fMRI study
The posterior parietal cortex (PPC) is thought to integrate different kinds of sensory information (e.g., visual, auditory, somatosensory) to produce multiple representations of space that are eachExpand
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Gray and white matter imbalance – Typical structural abnormality underlying classic autism?
Recent evidence supports increased cortical activity and impaired brain connectivity in autism, but the structural correlates of these abnormalities are not yet defined. We performed a voxel basedExpand
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Damage to left anterior temporal cortex predicts impairment of complex syntactic processing: A lesion‐symptom mapping study
Sentence processing problems form a common consequence of left‐hemisphere brain injury, in some patients to such an extent that their pattern of language performance is characterized as “agrammatic”.Expand
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Regional White Matter Damage Predicts Speech Fluency in Chronic Post-Stroke Aphasia
Recently, two different white matter regions that support speech fluency have been identified: the aslant tract and the anterior segment of the arcuate fasciculus (ASAF). The role of the ASAF wasExpand
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Voxel-based morphometry reveals gray matter network atrophy in refractory medial temporal lobe epilepsy.
BACKGROUND Conventional volumetric studies have shown that brain structures functionally and anatomically related to the hippocampus are smaller in patients with drug-refractory medial temporal lobeExpand
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