Cerebellar atrophy and its contribution to motor and cognitive performance in multiple system atrophy

@inproceedings{Yang2019CerebellarAA,
  title={Cerebellar atrophy and its contribution to motor and cognitive performance in multiple system atrophy},
  author={HuaGuang Yang and Na Wang and Xiaoguang Luo and Hong Wu Lv and Hu Liu and YingMei Li and GuoGuang Fan},
  booktitle={NeuroImage: Clinical},
  year={2019}
}
OBJECTIVE Neuroanatomical differences in the cerebellum are among the most consistent findings in multiple system atrophy (MSA) patients. This study performed a detailed cerebellar morphology in MSA patients and its two subtypes: MSA-P (parkinson's symptoms predominate) and MSA-C (cerebellar symptoms predominant), and their relations to profiles of motor and cognitive deficits. MATERIALS AND METHODS Structure MRI data were acquired from 63 healthy controls and 61 MSA patients; voxel-based… CONTINUE READING

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