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[FZJ-2019-04870] Journal Article
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Clinical and genetic characteristics of late-onset Huntington's disease
BackgroundThe frequency of late-onset Huntington's disease (>59 years) is assumed to be low and the clinical course milder. However, previous literature on late-onset disease is scarce and inconclusive.ObjectiveOur aim is to study clinical characteristics of late-onset compared to common-onset HD patients in a large cohort of HD patients from the Registry database.MethodsParticipants with late- and common-onset (30–50 years)were compared for first clinical symptoms, disease progression, CAG repeat size and family history. [...]
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OpenAccess [FZJ-2019-04868] Journal Article
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Cerebral changes improved by physical activity during cognitive decline: A systematic review on MRI studies
Current treatment in late-life cognitive impairment and dementia is still limited, and there is no cure for brain tissue degeneration or reversal of cognitive decline. Physical activity represents a promising non-pharmacological interventional approach in many diseases causing cognitive impairment, but its effect on brain integrity is still largely unknown. [...]
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[FZJ-2019-04865] Journal Article
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Application of Quantitative Motor Assessments in Friedreich Ataxia and Evaluation of Their Relation to Clinical Measures
The Cerebellum 18(5), 896 - 909 () [10.1007/s12311-019-01073-x]
Friedreich’s ataxia (FRDA) is a rare autosomal-recessive slowly progressive neurodegenerative disorder. As common clinical measures for this devastating disease lack sensitivity, we explored whether (a) the quantitative motor assessments of the Q-Motor battery can enhance clinical characterisation of FRDA; (b) clinical measures can predict Q-Motor outcomes and (c) Q-Motor is sensitive to longitudinal change. [...]
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OpenAccess [FZJ-2019-04587] Journal Article
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Alterations in basal ganglia-cerebello-thalamo-cortical connectivity and whole brain functional network topology in Tourette's syndrome
Tourette Syndrome (TS) is a neuropsychiatric disorder characterized by the presence of motor and vocal tics. Major pathophysiological theories posit a dysfunction of the cortico-striato-thalamo-cortical circuits as being a representative hallmark of the disease. [...]
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[FZJ-2019-04524] Abstract
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Comparison of [18F]-Fluoroethyltyrosine PET and the IDH status with Sodium MRI in Cerebral Gliomas
Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Nuklearmedizin 2019, BremenBremen, Germany, 3 Apr 2019 - 6 Apr 20192019-04-032019-04-06
V56Comparison of [18F]-Fluoroethyltyrosine PET and the IDH status with Sodium MRI in Cerebral GliomasA. Shymanskaya1, W. [...]
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OpenAccess [FZJ-2019-04323] Journal Article
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Inferring interactivity from gaze patterns during triadic person-object-agent interactions
Observing others’ gaze informs us about relevant matters in the environment. Humans’ sensitivity to gaze cues and our ability to use this information to focus our own attention is crucial to learning, social coordination, and survival. [...]
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[FZJ-2019-04201] Journal Article
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Quantitative MRI of cerebral white matter hyperintensities: A new approach towards understanding the underlying pathology
Interest in white matter hyperintensities (WMH), a radiological biomarker of small vessel disease, is continuously increasing. This is, in most part, due to our better understanding of their association with various clinical disorders, such as stroke and Alzheimer’s disease, and the overlapping pathology of WMH with these afflictions. [...]
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OpenAccess [FZJ-2019-04022] Journal Article
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Evaluating the Utility of EPIK in a Finger Tapping fMRI Experiment using BOLD detection and Effective Connectivity
EPI with Keyhole (EPIK) is a hybrid imaging technique that overcomes many of the performance disadvantages associated with EPI. Previously, EPIK was shown to provide a higher temporal resolution and fewer image distortions than EPI whilst maintaining comparable performance for the detection of BOLD-based signals. [...]
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OpenAccess [FZJ-2019-03883] Journal Article
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Development, integration and use of an ultra-high-strength gradient system on a human-size 3 T magnet for small animal MRI
PLOS ONE 14(6), e0217916 - () [10.1371/journal.pone.0217916]
This study aims to integrate an ultra-high-strength gradient coil system on a clinical 3 T magnet and demonstrate its preclinical imaging capabilities. Dedicated phantoms were used to qualitatively and quantitatively assess the performance of the gradient system. [...]
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OpenAccess [FZJ-2019-03542] Journal Article
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Resolution modeling in projection space using a factorized multi-block detector response function for PET image reconstruction
Positron emission tomography (PET) images usually suffer from limited resolution and statistical uncertainties. However, a technique known as resolution modeling (RM) can be used to improve image quality by accurately modeling the system's detection process within the iterative reconstruction [...]
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