Segmental differences of cervical spinal cord motion: advancing from confounders to a diagnostic tool

@inproceedings{Hupp2019SegmentalDO,
  title={Segmental differences of cervical spinal cord motion: advancing from confounders to a diagnostic tool},
  author={M. Hupp and Kevin Vallotton and Carolin Brockmann and S. Huwyler and Jan Rosner and Reto Sutter and Markus Klarhoefer and P. Freund and Mohsenzadeh Farshad and Armin Curt},
  booktitle={Scientific Reports},
  year={2019}
}
Increased cranio-caudal spinal cord motion is associated with clinical impairment in degenerative cervical myelopathy. However, whether spinal cord motion holds potential as a neuroimaging biomarker requires further validation. Different confounders (i.e. subject characteristics, methodological problems such as phase drift, etc.) on spinal cord motion readouts have to be considered. Twenty-two healthy subjects underwent phase contrast MRI, a subset of subjects (N = 9) had repeated scans… CONTINUE READING

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