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Assessment of aggressiveness of prostate cancer: correlation of apparent diffusion coefficient with histologic grade after radical prostatectomy.
The results show that ADC values might help to predict prostate cancer, especially for tumors in the peripheral zone, as well as the addition of other MR parameters, such as volumetry, and technical improvements in diffusion-weighted imaging might improve accuracy in the stratification of patients.
Variability in perisylvian brain anatomy in healthy adults
Relevance of Subcortical Stroke in Dysphagia
- M. Cola, S. Daniels, D. Corey, L. Lemen, M. Romero, A. Foundas
- Medicine, PsychologyStroke
- 1 March 2010
Lesions to the left PVWM may be more disruptive to swallowing behavior than similar lesions to the right PVWM, and swallowing deficits involving oral control and transfer may be a marker of subcortical neural axis involvement.
Aberrant auditory processing and atypical planum temporale in developmental stuttering
In adults with persistent developmental stuttering and atypical PT anatomy, fluency is improved with DAF, and these experimental subjects who showed improvement had more severe stuttering at baseline.
PET/CT and SPECT/CT dosimetry in children: the challenge to the pediatric imager.
Both positron emission tomography (PET) and computed tomography (CT) contribute significantly to the effective dose from PET/CT imaging. For PET imaging, the effective dose is related to the…
Morphometry of human insular cortex and insular volume reduction in Williams syndrome.
Anatomical Asymmetries of Anterior Perisylvian Speech-Language Regions
Atypical Brain Torque in Boys With Developmental Stuttering
- J. Mock, Janet N. Zadina, D. Corey, Jeremy D Cohen, L. Lemen, A. Foundas
- Linguistics, PsychologyDevelopmental neuropsychology
- 1 July 2012
The hypothesis that developmental stuttering is associated with atypical prefrontal and parietal-occipital lobe asymmetries is supported.
fMRI characterization of the language formulation area
Magnetization and diffusion effects in NMR imaging of hyperpolarized substances
- J. H. Gao, L. Lemen, J. Xiong, B. Patyal, P. Fox
- PhysicsMagnetic resonance in medicine
- 1 January 1997
The magnetization effects and NMR signal dependence of two noble gases, 3He and 129Xe, are modeled across a range of gradient‐echo imaging parameters and the short‐lived nature of the hyperpolarization opens up new possibilities, as well as new technical challenges, in its potential application as a blood‐flow tracer.