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Microstructural white matter damage at orbitofrontal areas in borderline personality disorder.
The results are in line with previous findings on reduced orbitofrontal functions in BPD with prominent affective-depressive feature and suggest that emotional and behavioral symptoms of BPD patients might be associated to damage at the connectivity tracts in these brain areas. Expand
Brain-wide slowing of spontaneous alpha rhythms in mild cognitive impairment
Findings indicate a pathological alpha slowing in MCI, and the dependence of peak parameters with hippocampal volume is examined, which is a commonly used marker of early structural AD-related damage. Expand
Non-conventional methodologies for transition-metal catalysed carbon–carbon coupling: a critical overview. Part 2: The Suzuki reaction
Non-conventional conditions: alternative coupling partners, ligandless, solid support, scCO 2 , ionic liquds, fluorous media, water, microwave, ultrasound, micelles, microreactors, ball mill. <divExpand
Predictive factors for craniopharyngioma recurrence: a systematic review and illustrative case report of a rapid recurrence.
The thorough analysis of literature showed that presence of tumor remnants and missing radiotherapy treatment after subtotal removal are strong predictors of tumor recurrence. Expand
Alpha band disruption in the AD-continuum starts in the Subjective Cognitive Decline stage: a MEG study
The results suggest that AD-related alterations may start in the SCD stage, with a reduction in alpha relative power, and are later, in the MCI stage, where the slowing of the spectral profile takes place, giving rise to objective deficits in cognitive functioning. Expand
Asymmetric multicomponent reactions (AMCRs): the new frontier.
Asymmetric multicomponent reactions involve the preparation of chiral compounds by the reaction of three or more reagents added simultaneously and has some advantages over classic divergent reaction strategies, such as lower costs, time, and energy, as well as environmentally friendlier aspects. Expand
Searching for Primary Predictors of Conversion from Mild Cognitive Impairment to Alzheimer's Disease: A Multivariate Follow-Up Study.
It might be suggested that anatomical, cognitive, and neurophysiological markers may be considered as "first order" predictors of progression to AD, while APOE or cognitive reserve proxies might play a more secondary role. Expand
CT evaluation of gastric wall pathology.
The purpose of this study is to show the CT features of common and infrequent pathological lesions of the gastric wall, and familiarity with the most frequent pathological gastric findings on CT can assist in differential diagnosis. Expand