Disconnection and hyper-connectivity underlie reorganization after TBI: A rodent functional connectomic analysis.

@article{Harris2016DisconnectionAH,
  title={Disconnection and hyper-connectivity underlie reorganization after TBI: A rodent functional connectomic analysis.},
  author={N. G. Harris and D. R. Verley and Boris Gutman and P. M. Thompson and Hsiang J. Yeh and J. Alison Brown},
  journal={Experimental neurology},
  year={2016},
  volume={277},
  pages={124-138}
}
While past neuroimaging methods have contributed greatly to our understanding of brain function after traumatic brain injury (TBI), resting state functional MRI (rsfMRI) connectivity methods have more recently provided a far more unbiased approach with which to monitor brain circuitry compared to task-based approaches. However, current knowledge on the physiologic underpinnings of the correlated blood oxygen level dependent signal, and how changes in functional connectivity relate to… CONTINUE READING
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