Impairment of the executive function in breast cancer patients receiving chemotherapy treatment: a functional MRI study

@article{Tao2017ImpairmentOT,
  title={Impairment of the executive function in breast cancer patients receiving chemotherapy treatment: a functional MRI study},
  author={Longxiang Tao and Hui Lin and Yunwen Yan and Xiao-jun Xu and L. Wang and Jianpeng Zhang and Yongmei Yu},
  journal={European Journal of Cancer Care},
  year={2017},
  volume={26},
  pages={e12553}
}
  • Longxiang Tao, Hui Lin, +4 authors Yongmei Yu
  • Published in
    European journal of cancer…
    2017
  • Medicine
  • European Journal of Cancer Care
  • &NA; The aim of this study is to investigate chemotherapy‐induced alterations in the functional framework of the brain, and probe the relationship between these changes and executive function impairments in breast cancer patients. Thirty‐three breast cancer patients (BC) after receiving chemotherapy and 31 matched healthy controls (HC) were enrolled in this study. All participants received resting‐state functional connectivity magnetic resonance imaging (rs‐fcMRI) and neuropsychological… CONTINUE READING

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