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Structural brain MRI abnormalities in pediatric patients with migraine
Abstract Morphometric MRI studies in adult patients with migraine have consistently demonstrated atrophy of several gray matter (GM) regions involved in pain processing. We explored the regionalExpand
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Regional cervical cord atrophy and disability in multiple sclerosis: a voxel-based analysis.
PURPOSE To (a) apply an active surface method to map the regional distribution of cord atrophy across levels and sectors in a relatively large group of patients with multiple sclerosis (MS), (b)Expand
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Structural brain abnormalities in patients with vestibular migraine
New advances in understanding the pathophysiology of vestibular migraine (VM) have suggested a large overlap between migraine and vestibular pathways. We explored the regional distribution of grayExpand
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Cortical abnormalities in patients with migraine: a surface-based analysis.
PURPOSE To explore the patterns of cortical thickness and cortical surface area abnormalities in patients with migraine (with the expectation of seeing reduced cortical thickness and surface area inExpand
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Gray matter volume modifications in migraine
Objective To explore cross-sectional and longitudinal gray matter (GM) volume changes in patients with migraine and their association with patients' clinical characteristics and disease activity.Expand
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Brain connectivity abnormalities extend beyond the sensorimotor network in peripheral neuropathy
To investigate, using resting state (RS) functional connectivity (FC), the selectivity of involvement of the sensorimotor network in patients with acquired (A) and with hereditary (H) peripheralExpand
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Refractory chronic migraine: is drug withdrawal necessary before starting a therapy with onabotulinum toxin type A?
Onabotulinum toxin A (BT-A) is now one of the authorized prophylaxis treatments for chronic migraine (CM) thanks to previous clinical trials, which usually required a pharmacologic washout as aExpand
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Distance education: the role of self-efficacy and locus of control in lifelong learning
Nowadays the use of information and communications technology in distance education is an increasing and widespread phenomenon, crossing physical and temporal boundaries. Distance learning providesExpand
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Brain structural and functional abnormalities in Fahr’s disease : a report of two cases
Dear Sirs, Fahr’s disease is a sporadic or familial rare syndrome characterized by calcification of the basal ganglia, dentate nucleus of the cerebellum, thalamus and centrum semiovale. The mostExpand
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Group Dynamics in On-Line and Face-to-Face Interactions: An Experimental Study on Learning Methods
Organizing in groups does not represent an objective definition, but rather a way to better understand the mean-ing of plurality. At the same time modern technologies modify perceptive and cognitiveExpand
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