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Each hemisphere is known to be also involved in controlling the ipsilateral arm, but with an asymmetry favoring the dominant hemisphere. However, the relative role of primary and secondary motor areas in ipsilateral control is not well defined. We used whole brain functional magnetic resonance imaging in healthy human subjects to differentiate between(More)
In order to investigate the neuronal network involved in processing extraretinal signals, functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) was applied to subjects performing the double step saccade paradigm. There, the calculation of the amplitude of the second saccade must rely on extraretinal signals of the first. When compared to a task where both saccades(More)
Recent developments in the analysis of functional MRI data reveal a shift from hypothesis-driven statistical tests to unsupervised strategies. One of the most promising approaches is the fuzzy clustering algorithm (FCA), whose potential to detect activation patterns has already been demonstrated. But the FCA suffers from three drawbacks: first the(More)
MRI assessment of diffusion changes in acute cerebral ischaemia necessitates analysis of the apparent diffusion coefficient (ADC). We used the concept of relative weighted mean ADC (rwmADC) to obtain an accurate estimate of the extent of infarcted tissue. We studied ten patient with of acute ischaemic stroke, using diffusion- and perfusion- weighted MRI.(More)
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