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Posttraumatic Epilepsy Risk Factors: One‐Year Prospective Study After Head Injury
Summary: Purpose: Prospective evaluation of risk factors for posttraumatic epilepsy (PTE) by using clinical, EEG, and brain computed tomography (CT) data in four assessments from the head injury (HI)Expand
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Contribution of posterior corpus callosum to the interhemispheric transfer of tactile information.
Three total and three partial callosotomy patients underwent neuropsychological testing to evaluate interhemispheric transfer of tactile information. Tactile transfer is required to name objectsExpand
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Role of the corpus callosum in the somatosensory activation of the ipsilateral cerebral cortex: an fMRI study of callosotomized patients
To verify whether the activation of the posterior parietal and parietal opercular cortices to tactile stimulation of the ipsilateral hand is mediated by the corpus callosum, a functional magneticExpand
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Recurrent glioblastoma multiforme versus radiation injury: a multiparametric 3-T MR approach
ObjectiveThe discrimination between recurrent glioma and radiation injury is often a challenge on conventional magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). We verified whether adding and combining proton MRExpand
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Expanding experience with spontaneous dermoid rupture in the MRI era: diagnosis and follow-up.
With widespread use of CT and MR imaging, experience with spontaneous dermoid rupture has significantly increased. What was previously believed to be a generally severe or even fatal accident, beingExpand
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Ultrasonography of salivary glands in primary Sjögren's syndrome: a comparison with contrast sialography and scintigraphy.
OBJECTIVE To compare ultrasonography (US) of salivary glands with contrast sialography and scintigraphy, in order to evaluate the diagnostic value of this method in primary SS (pSS). METHODS TheExpand
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Brain involvement in myotonic dystrophy: MRI features and their relationship to clinical and cognitive conditions
A prospective, case‐control study was carried out on 25 patients with myotonic dystrophy (MyD) and 25 healthy subjects using brain magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). The frequency and severity ofExpand
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Topographical organization of human corpus callosum: An fMRI mapping study
The concept of a topographical map of the corpus callosum (CC) has emerged from human lesion studies and from anatomical tracing investigations in other mammals. Over the last few years, a risingExpand
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Correlation between cerebral MRI abnormalities and mental retardation in patients with mucopolysaccharidoses
Mucopolysaccharidoses (MPSs) are a group of inherited disorders due to lysosomal enzyme deficiencies which lead to multi‐organ accumulation of glycosaminoglycans. Some forms of MPS disorders areExpand
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Multiparametric 3T MR approach to the assessment of cerebral gliomas: tumor extent and malignancy
IntroductionContrast-enhanced MR imaging is the method of choice for routine assessment of brain tumors, but it has limited sensitivity and specificity. We verified if the addition of metabolic,Expand
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