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Clustered functional MRI of overt speech production
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We investigate the neural network of overt speech production from the supplementary motor area at the cranial end to the red nucleus. Expand
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Cardiovascular and neurological causes of sudden death after ischaemic stroke
Sudden death is an important but widely under-recognised consequence of stroke. Acute stroke can disturb central autonomic control, resulting in myocardial injury, electrocardiographic abnormalities,Expand
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Naming actions and objects: cortical dynamics in healthy adults and in an anomic patient with a dissociation in action/object naming
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We used whole-head magnetoencephalography to record cortical dynamics of action and object naming in 10 healthy adults and in 1 anomic patient with superior naming of verbs compared with nouns due to a left posterior parietal lesion. Expand
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Auditory temporal processing in healthy aging: a magnetoencephalographic study
BackgroundImpaired speech perception is one of the major sequelae of aging. In addition to peripheral hearing loss, central deficits of auditory processing are supposed to contribute to theExpand
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Antihypertensive treatment can prevent stroke and cognitive decline
Hypertension is a highly prevalent risk factor for stroke and dementia, and is the greatest risk factor for small-vessel disease—a frequent cause of lacunar infarction and intracerebral haemorrhage.Expand
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Phantom eye syndrome
This study presents data on the clinical characteristics and possible mechanisms of the phantom eye syndrome in 112 patients after removal of one eye. The prevalence of phantom eye pain was 26%,Expand
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Neuroimaging evidence for cortical involvement in the preparation and in the act of swallowing
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This study employed whole head magnetoencephalography and synthetic aperture magnetometry to investigate the cortical topography of the preparation and the execution of volitional and reflexive water swallowing and of a simple tongue movement. Expand
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Motor, somatosensory and auditory cortex localization by fMRI and MEG
FUNCTIONAL magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and magnetoencephalography (MEG) were performed in six subjects during self-paced finger movement performance, tactile somatosensory stimulation andExpand
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Functional MRI of working memory and selective attention in vibrotactile frequency discrimination
BackgroundFocal lesions of the frontal, parietal and temporal lobe may interfere with tactile working memory and attention. To characterise the neural correlates of intact vibrotactile working memoryExpand
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Functional brain imaging of swallowing: An activation likelihood estimation meta‐analysis
A quantitative, voxel‐wise meta‐analysis was performed to investigate the cortical control of water and saliva swallowing. Studies that were included in the meta‐analysis (1) examined waterExpand
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