Connectivity in MEG resting-state networks increases after resective surgery for low-grade glioma and correlates with improved cognitive performance☆

@inproceedings{Dellen2012ConnectivityIM,
  title={Connectivity in MEG resting-state networks increases after resective surgery for low-grade glioma and correlates with improved cognitive performance☆},
  author={Edwin van Dellen and P. C. de Witt Hamer and Linda Douw and Martin Klein and J. J. Heimans and Cornelis J. Stam and J. C. Reijneveld and Arjan Hillebrand},
  booktitle={NeuroImage: Clinical},
  year={2012}
}
PURPOSE Low-grade glioma (LGG) patients often have cognitive deficits. Several disease- and treatment related factors affect cognitive processing. Cognitive outcome of resective surgery is unpredictable, both for improvement and deterioration, especially for complex domains such as attention and executive functioning. MEG analysis of resting-state networks (RSNs) is a good candidate for presurgical prediction of cognitive outcome. In this study, we explore the relation between alterations in… CONTINUE READING
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