Resting state cortical electroencephalographic rhythms are related to gray matter volume in subjects with mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer's disease.

@article{Babiloni2013RestingSC,
  title={Resting state cortical electroencephalographic rhythms are related to gray matter volume in subjects with mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer's disease.},
  author={Claudio Babiloni and Filippo Carducci and Roberta Lizio and Fabrizio Vecchio and Annalisa Baglieri and Silvia Bernardini and Enrica Cavedo and Alessandro Bozzao and Carla Buttinelli and Fabrizio Esposito and Franco Giubilei and Antonio Guizzaro and Silvia Marino and Patrizia Montella and Carlo Cosimo Quattrocchi and Alberto Redolfi and Andrea Soricelli and Gioacchino Tedeschi and Raffaele Ferri and Giancarlo Rossi-Fedele and Francesca Ursini and Federica Scrascia and Fabrizio Vernieri and Torleif Jan Pedersen and Hans-goran H{\aa}rdemark and Paolo Maria Rossini and Giovanni B. Frisoni},
  journal={Human brain mapping},
  year={2013},
  volume={34 6},
  pages={1427-46}
}
Cortical gray matter volume and resting state cortical electroencephalographic rhythms are typically abnormal in subjects with amnesic mild cognitive impairment (MCI) and Alzheimer's disease (AD). Here we tested the hypothesis that in amnesic MCI and AD subjects, abnormalities of EEG rhythms are a functional reflection of cortical atrophy across the disease. Eyes-closed resting state EEG data were recorded in 57 healthy elderly (Nold), 102 amnesic MCI, and 108 AD patients. Cortical gray matter… CONTINUE READING