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Structural hippocampal network alterations during healthy aging: a multi-modal MRI study
While hippocampal atrophy has been described during healthy aging, few studies have examined its relationship with the integrity of White Matter (WM) connecting tracts of the limbic system. ThisExpand
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Vascular Cerebral Damage in Frail Older Adults: The AMImage Study
Background Frailty has been associated with increased risk of adverse-health related outcomes including cognitive impairment. However, little is know about the pathogenesis relating frailty toExpand
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Distinctive alterations of the cingulum bundle during aging and Alzheimer’s disease
Brain imaging studies have revealed frontal disruption during aging and parieto-temporal disruption during Alzheimer's disease (AD). The present study aims at developing a specific method based onExpand
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Efficiency of Fractional Anisotropy and Apparent Diffusion Coefficient on Diffusion Tensor Imaging in Prognosis of Neonates with Hypoxic-Ischemic Encephalopathy: A Methodologic Prospective Pilot Study
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: The DTI parameters (FA and ADC) reflect the properties of the brain microstructure. Decreased anisotropy is a common feature of cerebral tissue abnormalities. Our studyExpand
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Age-Related Modifications of Diffusion Tensor Imaging Parameters and White Matter Hyperintensities as Inter-Dependent Processes
Microstructural changes of White Matter (WM) associated with aging have been widely described through Diffusion Tensor Imaging (DTI) parameters. In parallel, White Matter Hyperintensities (WMH) asExpand
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Les faisceaux de la substance blanche cérébrale. Topographie en IRM
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Changes Over Time of Diffusion MRI in the White Matter of Aging Brain, a Good Predictor of Verbal Recall
Objective: Extensive research using water-diffusion MRI reported age-related modifications of cerebral White Matter (WM). Moreover, water-diffusion parameter modifications have been frequentlyExpand
ANAT2 Le faisceau de substance blanche longitudinal inferieur : confrontation entre macroscopie et tractographie par IRM
Objectifs A propos du faisceau cerebral longitudinal inferieur (FLI), confronter son trace en tractographie par IRM a la lecture de coupes anatomiques en coloration Bleu-Lugol. Materiels et methodesExpand
NR-WS-5 Les faisceaux uncine et longitudinal inferieur dans l’epilepsie temporale : etude preliminaire en tractographie
Objectifs L’epilepsie lobaire temporale represente la plus frequente des epilepsies focalisees, liee generalement a une sclerose temporomesiale unilaterale. Cette etude preliminaire se proposeExpand