Basal ganglia, thalamus and neocortical atrophy predicting slowed cognitive processing in multiple sclerosis

@article{Batista2011BasalGT,
  title={Basal ganglia, thalamus and neocortical atrophy predicting slowed cognitive processing in multiple sclerosis},
  author={S{\^o}nia Batista and Robert Zivadinov and Marietta Hoogs and Niels P Bergsland and Mari Heininen-Brown and Michael G. Dwyer and Bianca Weinstock-Guttman and Ralph H. B. Benedict},
  journal={Journal of Neurology},
  year={2011},
  volume={259},
  pages={139-146}
}
Information-processing speed (IPS) slowing is a primary cognitive deficit in multiple sclerosis (MS). Basal ganglia, thalamus and neocortex are thought to have a key role for efficient information-processing, yet the specific relative contribution of these structures for MS-related IPS impairment is poorly understood. To determine if basal ganglia and thalamus atrophy independently contribute to visual and auditory IPS impairment in MS, after controlling for the influence of neocortical volume… CONTINUE READING
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