Topodiagnostic implications of hemiataxia: An MRI-based brainstem mapping analysis

@article{Marx2008TopodiagnosticIO,
  title={Topodiagnostic implications of hemiataxia: An MRI-based brainstem mapping analysis},
  author={J. Marx and G. Iannetti and F. Thömke and S. Fitzek and F. Galeotti and A. Truini and P. Stoeter and M. Dieterich and H. Hopf and G. Cruccu},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2008},
  volume={39},
  pages={1625-1632}
}
The topodiagnostic implications of hemiataxia following lesions of the human brainstem are only incompletely understood. We performed a voxel-based statistical analysis of lesions documented on standardised MRI in 49 prospectively recruited patients with acute hemiataxia due to isolated unilateral brainstem infarction. For statistical analysis individual MRI lesions were normalised and imported in a three-dimensional voxel-based anatomical model of the human brainstem. Statistical analysis… Expand
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