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Structural and Functional MRI Techniques in Multiple Sclerosis Related Cognitive Dysfunction

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Functional Magnetic Resonance Study of Non-conventional Morphological Brains: malnourished rats

., Wong, E.C. (2008). Longitudinal MRI studies in the isoflurane-anesthetized rat: Long-term effects of a short hypoxic episode on regulation of cerebral blood flow as assessed by pulsed arterial spin labelling. NMR in Biomedicine, 21 (7), 696-703. [19] Sicard, K., Shen, Q., Brevard, M.E., Sullivan, R., Ferris, C.F., King, J.A., Duong, T.Q. (2003). Regional cerebral blood flow and BOLD responses in conscious and anesthetized rats under basal and hypercapnic conditions: Implications for functional MRI studies. Journal of Cerebral Blood & Flow Metabolism

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Magnetic resonance imaging evaluation in neoadjuvant therapy of locally advanced rectal cancer: a systematic review

different imaging modalities (morphological MRI, DWI, DCE-MRI, PET/CT and multimodal imaging) in LARC management after pCRT. We collected the current evidence of the role of functional MRI and PET/CT in the assessment of pathological response after pCRT in LARC. The objective was linked to the potentiality of imaging to guide surgeon choice. In fact, patients with substantial (partial response) tumour regression after pCRT could be candidate to conservative strategy while patients reporting a complete response could be subjected to a “wait and see” policy. The advantage

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Method for geometric distortion correction in fMRI based on three echo planar phase images

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An infrared-based device for non-invasive monitoring of eyelid movement during sleep

infrared video in functional MRI. Journal of Advanced Computational Intelligence and Intelligent Informatics. 2008;12(1):32-40. [8] Laberge S, Rich R, Wright D, Kottke D, inventors. The Lucidity Institute, Inc., assignee. Equipment and methods used to induce lucid dreams in sleeping persons. United States Patent US 5,507,716. 1996 Apr 16. [9] Non-binding guide to good practice for implementing Directive 2006/25/EC Artificial Optical Radiation. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union; 2011. p. 137. [10] Robinson DA. A method of Measuring Eye

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Influence of Wilbraham-Gibbs Phenomenon on Digital Stochastic Measurement of EEG Signal Over an Interval

] Mirsattari, S.M., Ives, J.R., Leung, S., Menon, R.S. (2007). EEG monitoring during functional MRI in animal models. Epilepsia, 48 (4), 37-46. [24] Allen, P.J., Josephs, O., Turner, R. (2000). A method for removing imaging artifact from continuous EEG recorded during functional MRI. NeuroImage, 12 (2), 230-239. [25] Sovilj, P.M., Milovančev, S.S., Vujičić, V. (2011). Digital stochastic measurement of a nonstationary signal with an example of EEG signal measurement. IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement, 60 (9), 3230

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The Usefulness of Near-Infrared Spectroscopy in Monitoring the Location of Eloquent Area and Function Preservation in Brain Surgery

lesion (upper). Functional MRI by moving foot joint showing that hot spot of lower left and lower right looks almost as a mirror image. Four months later, the tumor rapidly extended to the pyramidal tract, basal ganglia and corpus callosum four months after the fourth surgery ( Figure 3 , upper). She had mild motor aphasia and right hemiparesis: proximal U/E MMT 2, distal U/E MMT 4, lower extremity (L/E) MMT 2. Her Karnofsky performance state score was 70%. Figure 3 MRI before fifth operation revealing that the enhanced lesion invades to the basal

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Influence of memory on experienced pain during Virtual Reality analgesia

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Comprehension of Ironic Utterances by Bilingual Children

, S., Winner, E., & Srinivas, K. (2000). Obligatory processing of the literal meaning of ironic utterances: Further evidence. Metaphor and Symbol , 15 (1–2), 47–61. Shibata, M., Toyomura, A., Itoh, H., Abe, J. (2010) Neural substrates of irony comprehension: A functional MRI study. Brain Research , 1308 , 114–123. Sullivan, K., Winner, E., & Hopfield, N. (1995). How children tell a lie from a joke: The role of second-order mental state attributions. British Journal of Developmental Psychology , 13 (2), 191–204. Ting-Toomey, S. (1999

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Irony Comprehension in the Nonnative Language Comes at a Cost

substrates of irony comprehension: A functional MRI study. Brain Research , 1308 , 114–123. Sperber, D. & Wilson, D. (1981). Irony and the use-mention distinction. In P. Cole (Ed.), Radical Pragmatics (pp. 295–318). New York, NY: Academic Press. Sperber, D. & Wilson, D. (1986). Relevance. Communication and Cognition . Oxford, UK: Basil Blackwell. Sperber, D. & Wilson, D. (1995). Relevance: Communication and Cognition (2nd ed.) . Oxford, UK: Blackwell. Spotorno, N., Cheylus, A., Van Der Henst, J.B., & Noveck, I. (2013). What’s behind a P600

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