Resting state functional MRI in Parkinson’s disease: the impact of deep brain stimulation on ‘effective’ connectivity

@inproceedings{Kahan2014RestingSF,
  title={Resting state functional MRI in Parkinson’s disease: the impact of deep brain stimulation on ‘effective’ connectivity},
  author={Joshua Kahan and Maren Urner and Rosalyn J. Moran and Guillaume Flandin and Andr{\'e} C. Marreiros and Laura Mancini and Mark White and John S. Thornton and Tarek Yousry and Ludvic U. Zrinzo and Marwan I. Hariz and Patricia Dowsey Limousin and Karl J. Friston and Thomas Foltynie},
  booktitle={Brain : a journal of neurology},
  year={2014}
}
Depleted of dopamine, the dynamics of the parkinsonian brain impact on both 'action' and 'resting' motor behaviour. Deep brain stimulation has become an established means of managing these symptoms, although its mechanisms of action remain unclear. Non-invasive characterizations of induced brain responses, and the effective connectivity underlying them, generally appeals to dynamic causal modelling of neuroimaging data. When the brain is at rest, however, this sort of characterization has been… CONTINUE READING
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