Functional Brain Network Topology Discriminates between Patients with Minimally Conscious State and Unresponsive Wakefulness Syndrome

@article{Cacciola2019FunctionalBN,
  title={Functional Brain Network Topology Discriminates between Patients with Minimally Conscious State and Unresponsive Wakefulness Syndrome},
  author={A. Cacciola and A. Naro and D. Milardi and A. Bramanti and Leonardo Malatacca and Maurizio Spitaleri and A. Leo and A. Muscoloni and C. Cannistraci and P. Bramanti and R. Calabr{\`o} and G. Anastasi},
  journal={Journal of Clinical Medicine},
  year={2019},
  volume={8}
}
Consciousness arises from the functional interaction of multiple brain structures and their ability to integrate different complex patterns of internal communication. Although several studies demonstrated that the fronto-parietal and functional default mode networks play a key role in conscious processes, it is still not clear which topological network measures (that quantifies different features of whole-brain functional network organization) are altered in patients with disorders of… Expand
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