Мультимодальные МРТ‑подходы к исследованию развития белого вещества головного мозга.
Екатеринбург : Издательство Уральского университета, 2020
Возможности диффузионно-взвешенной магнитно-резонансной томографии в определении реабилитационного потенциала острого периода ишемического инсульта
, , et al., Russian Neurological Journal 2021 Т. 26 № 3 С. 23-33
Studies over the past decade demonstrate the high potential of diff usion-weighted MRI (dMRI) as a modern technique for non-invasive quantitative assessment of the microstructural integrity of the white matter of the brain, which allows predicting some aspects of the rehabilitation potential. Purpose of the study: to calculate the threshold values of fractional anisotropy (FA) of ...
Added: July 24, 2021
XVI Международный междисциплинарный Конгресс "Нейронаука для медицины и психологии". Судак, Крым. Россия.
М. : ООО «Макс Пресс», 2020
The XVI international interdisciplinary Congress "Neuroscience for medicine and psychology" continues the cycle of scientific events (High Tatras, Slovakia, 2002 and 2003; Karadag, Crimea, Ukraine, 2002 and 2003; Hurghada, Egypt, 2004, Sudak, Crimea, Ukraine, 2004-2013, Sudak, Crimea, Russia, 2014-2019), which are dedicated to the multi-faceted study of the nervous system and the use of this ...
Added: May 5, 2020
A new strategy for fast MRI-based quantification of the myelin water fraction: Application to brain imaging in infants
, , et al., Plos One 2016 P. 1-24
The volume fraction of water related to myelin (fmy) is a promising MRI index for in vivo assessment of brain myelination, that can be derived from multi-component analysis of T1 and T2 relaxometry signals. However, existing quantification methods require rather long acquisition and/or post-processing times, making implementation difficult both in research studies on healthy unsedated ...
Added: October 14, 2016
The Early Development of Brain White Matter: A Review of Imaging Studies in Fetuses, Newborns and Infants.
, , et al., Neuroscience 2015 Vol. 276 P. 48-71
Studying how the healthy human brain develops is important to understand early pathological mechanisms and to assess the influence of fetal or perinatal events on later life. Brain development relies on complex and intermingled mechanisms especially during gestation and first post-natal months, with intense interactions between genetic, epigenetic and environmental factors. Although the baby's brain ...
Added: October 22, 2015
Роль интактного полушария в определении реабилитационного потенциала в остром периоде ишемического инсульта: диффузионно-перфузионная модель
, , et al., Неврология, нейропсихиатрия, психосоматика 2019 Т. 11 № 1 С. 28-35
The promising approaches to determining the rehabilitation potential of ischemic stroke (IS) patients include an assessment of the microstructural integrity of the brain matter by diffusion tensor imaging (DTI), the main indicator of which is fractional anisotropy (FA). The role of the intact hemisphere in the rehabilitation process after IS remains a controversial subject. The ...
Added: February 20, 2020
, , et al., Cerebral Cortex 2015 Vol. 26 No. 5 P. 2283-2298
Linguistic processing is based on a close collaboration between temporal and frontal regions connected by two pathways: the “dorsal” and “ventral pathways” (assumed to support phonological and semantic processing, respectively, in adults). We investigated here the development of these pathways at the onset of language acquisition, during the first post-natal weeks, using cross-sectional diffusion imaging ...
Added: October 22, 2015
, SoftwareX 2020 Vol. 12 P. 100594
Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) is a promising diagnostic and therapeutic approach. TMSeffects depend on multiple technical and individual factors, including anatomical variability. The lattermay become particularly important in pathological conditions and contribute to the ambiguity in theresults from clinical trials and meta-analyses. Theoretical studies suggest that TMS effects strongly depend on the local orientation of ...
Added: October 9, 2020
, , et al., Science advances 2020 Vol. 6 No. 36 P. 1-12
Long-duration spaceflight causes widespread physiological changes, although its effect on brain structure remains poorly understood. In this work, we acquired diffusion magnetic resonance imaging to investigate alterations of white matter (WM), gray matter (GM), and cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) compositions in each voxel, before, shortly after, and 7 months after long-duration spaceflight. We found increased WM ...
Added: September 6, 2020
, , et al., В кн. : XVI Международный междисциплинарный Конгресс "Нейронаука для медицины и психологии". Судак, Крым. Россия. : М. : ООО «Макс Пресс», 2020. С. 503-503.
The degree of mental attention in childhood and adolescence determines in the future the effectiveness of working memory (ability to store and manipulate information). Attention has been previously found to be related to the prefrontal and parietal areas of the human cortex. But the relationship between attention and white matter properties are still largely unknown. ...
Added: May 5, 2020
Роль церебрального резерва, оцененного с помощью диффузионно-взвешенной магнитно-резонансной томографии, в определении реабилитационного потенциала острого периода ишемического инсульта
, , et al., Неврология, нейропсихиатрия, психосоматика 2019 Т. 11 № 3 С. 26-34
Fractional anisotropy (FA) estimated using diffusion tensor magnetic resonance imaging (dMRI) is considered as a promising biomarker in ischemic stroke (IS). The basis of this study is the assumption that the assessment of FA indices for different white matter tracts will be able to predict the main aspects of the rehabilitation potential even without determining ...
Added: November 1, 2019