Impaired interhemispheric processing in early Huntington’s Disease: A transcranial magnetic stimulation study

@article{Bocci2016ImpairedIP,
  title={Impaired interhemispheric processing in early Huntington’s Disease: A transcranial magnetic stimulation study},
  author={Tommaso Bocci and Martinus J. M. Hensghens and Andrea Di Rollo and Laura Parenti and Ferdinando Sartucci},
  journal={Clinical Neurophysiology},
  year={2016},
  volume={127},
  pages={1750-1752}
}
Background and Rationale Changes in interhemispheric connectivity in Huntington’s Disease (HD) have been only recently investigated and little is known about their temporal relation with clinical features or grey matter atrophy: callosal disruption could contribute both to cognitive dysfunction and impairment of associative functions (Rosas et al. , 2010) and likely occurs many years before clinical onset, along a posterior-to-anterior direction (Phillips et al. , 2013). Here, we evaluated… CONTINUE READING
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