Cerebello–thalamo–cerebral connections in pediatric brain tumor patients: Impact on working memory

@article{Law2011CerebellothalamocerebralCI,
  title={Cerebello–thalamo–cerebral connections in pediatric brain tumor patients: Impact on working memory},
  author={Nicole Law and Eric Bouffet and Suzanne Laughlin and Normand Laperriere and Marie-Eve Bri{\`e}re and Douglas Strother and Dina McConnell and Juliette Hukin and Christopher Fryer and Conrad Rockel and Jolynn Dickson and Donald J Mabbott},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2011},
  volume={56},
  pages={2238-2248}
}
Brain tumors are the leading cause of death and disability from childhood disease in developed countries. Pediatric posterior fossa tumors are often effectively controlled with a combination of surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy, depending on tumor type. White matter injury following resection of tumor and radiation treatment is associated with cognitive declines, including working memory deficits. We investigated how brain injury following treatment for posterior fossa tumors results in… CONTINUE READING
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