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Latest Publications and Research on Language Areas in The Brain

Neurosurg Focus    

Mapping of language and motor function during awake neurosurgery with intraoperative optical imaging.

Oelschlägel M, Meyer T, Morgenstern U, Wahl H, Gerber J, Reiß G, Koch E, Steiner G, Kirsch M, Schackert G, Sobottka SB

Intraoperative optical imaging (IOI) is a marker-free, contactless, and noninvasive imaging technique that is able to visualize metabolic changes of t... Read More

Source: PubMed


PLoS ONE    

Brain activation during non-habitual speech production: Revisiting the effects of simulated disfluencies in fluent speakers.

Theys C, Kovacs S, Peeters R, Melzer TR, van Wieringen A, De Nil LF

Over the past decades, brain imaging studies in fluently speaking participants have greatly advanced our knowledge of the brain areas involved in spee... Read More

Source: PubMed

Neurology  2020 Jan 30  

Language and spatial dysfunction in Alzheimer disease with white matter thorn-shaped astrocytes: Astrocytic tau, cognitive function, and Alzheimer disease.

Resende EPF, Nolan AL, Petersen C, Ehrenberg AJ, Spina S, Allen IE, Rosen HJ, Kramer J, Miller BL, Seeley WW, Gorno-Tempini ML, Miller Z, Grinberg LT

Alzheimer disease (AD) shows a broad array of clinical presentations, but the mechanisms underlying these phenotypic variants remain elusive. Aging-re... Read More

Source: PubMed

Front Neurosci    

Functional Ultrasound (fUS) During Awake Brain Surgery: The Clinical Potential of Intra-Operative Functional and Vascular Brain Mapping.

Soloukey S, Vincent AJPE, Satoer DD, Mastik F, Smits M, Dirven CMF, Strydis C, Bosch JG, van der Steen AFW, De Zeeuw CI, Koekkoek SKE, Kruizinga P

Oncological neurosurgery relies heavily on making continuous, intra-operative tumor-brain delineations based on image-guidance. Limitations of current... Read More

Source: PubMed

Front Neurol    

Can the Cognitive Phenotype in Neurofibromatosis Type 1 (NF1) Be Explained by Neuroimaging? A Review.

Baudou E, Nemmi F, Biotteau M, Maziero S, Peran P, Chaix Y

Neurofibromatosis type 1 (NF1) is one of the most frequent monogenetic disorders. It can be associated with cognitive dysfunctions in several domains ... Read More

Source: PubMed

Neurosurg Focus    

Mapping of language and motor function during awake neurosurgery with intraoperative optical imaging.

Oelschlägel M, Meyer T, Morgenstern U, Wahl H, Gerber J, Reiß G, Koch E, Steiner G, Kirsch M, Schackert G, Sobottka SB

Intraoperative optical imaging (IOI) is a marker-free, contactless, and noninvasive imaging technique that is able to visualize metabolic changes of t... Read More

Source: PubMed

PLoS ONE    

Brain activation during non-habitual speech production: Revisiting the effects of simulated disfluencies in fluent speakers.

Theys C, Kovacs S, Peeters R, Melzer TR, van Wieringen A, De Nil LF

Over the past decades, brain imaging studies in fluently speaking participants have greatly advanced our knowledge of the brain areas involved in spee... Read More

Source: PubMed

Neurology  2020 Jan 30  

Language and spatial dysfunction in Alzheimer disease with white matter thorn-shaped astrocytes: Astrocytic tau, cognitive function, and Alzheimer disease.

Resende EPF, Nolan AL, Petersen C, Ehrenberg AJ, Spina S, Allen IE, Rosen HJ, Kramer J, Miller BL, Seeley WW, Gorno-Tempini ML, Miller Z, Grinberg LT

Alzheimer disease (AD) shows a broad array of clinical presentations, but the mechanisms underlying these phenotypic variants remain elusive. Aging-re... Read More

Source: PubMed

Front Neurosci    

Functional Ultrasound (fUS) During Awake Brain Surgery: The Clinical Potential of Intra-Operative Functional and Vascular Brain Mapping.

Soloukey S, Vincent AJPE, Satoer DD, Mastik F, Smits M, Dirven CMF, Strydis C, Bosch JG, van der Steen AFW, De Zeeuw CI, Koekkoek SKE, Kruizinga P

Oncological neurosurgery relies heavily on making continuous, intra-operative tumor-brain delineations based on image-guidance. Limitations of current... Read More

Source: PubMed

Front Neurol    

Can the Cognitive Phenotype in Neurofibromatosis Type 1 (NF1) Be Explained by Neuroimaging? A Review.

Baudou E, Nemmi F, Biotteau M, Maziero S, Peran P, Chaix Y

Neurofibromatosis type 1 (NF1) is one of the most frequent monogenetic disorders. It can be associated with cognitive dysfunctions in several domains ... Read More

Source: PubMed

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