Identifying Abnormal Connectivity in Patients Using Dynamic Causal Modeling of fMRI Responses

  title={Identifying Abnormal Connectivity in Patients Using Dynamic Causal Modeling of fMRI Responses},
  author={Mohamed L. Seghier and Peter Zeidman and Nicholas H. Neufeld and Alex P. Leff and Cathy J. Price},
  booktitle={Front. Syst. Neurosci.},
Functional imaging studies of brain damaged patients offer a unique opportunity to understand how sensorimotor and cognitive tasks can be carried out when parts of the neural system that support normal performance are no longer available. In addition to knowing which regions a patient activates, we also need to know how these regions interact with one another, and how these inter-regional interactions deviate from normal. Dynamic causal modeling (DCM) offers the opportunity to assess task… CONTINUE READING
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