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21. Neuroimaging of Inflammation in Memory and Related Other Disorders (NIMROD) study protocol: a deep phenotyping cohort study of the role of brain inflammation in dementia, depression and other neurological illnesses. (PubMed)

Neuroimaging of Inflammation in Memory and Related Other Disorders (NIMROD) study protocol: a deep phenotyping cohort study of the role of brain inflammation in dementia, depression and other neurological illnesses. Inflammation of the central nervous system is increasingly regarded as having a role in cognitive disorders such as dementia and depression, but it is not clear how such inflammation relates to other aspects of neuropathology, structural and functional changes in the brain

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2017 BMJ open

22. The impact of hearing aids and age-related hearing loss on auditory plasticity across three months - An electrical neuroimaging study. (PubMed)

The impact of hearing aids and age-related hearing loss on auditory plasticity across three months - An electrical neuroimaging study. The present study investigates behavioral and electrophysiological auditory and cognitive-related plasticity in three groups of healthy older adults (60-77 years). Group 1 was moderately hearing-impaired, experienced hearing aid users, and fitted with new hearing aids using non-linear frequency compression (NLFC on); Group 2, also moderately hearing-impaired (...) /), which are hard to distinguish for individuals with presbycusis. By applying a data-driven microstate approach to obtain global field power (GFP) as a measure of processing effort, the modulations of perceptual (P50, N1, P2) and cognitive-related (N2b, P3b) auditory evoked potentials were calculated and subsequently related to behavioral changes (accuracy and reaction time) across time. All groups improved their performance across time, but NHO showed consistently higher accuracy and faster reaction

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2017 Hearing Research

23. Age-related changes in the neural networks supporting semantic cognition: A meta-analysis of 47 functional neuroimaging studies.

Age-related changes in the neural networks supporting semantic cognition: A meta-analysis of 47 functional neuroimaging studies. Semantic cognition is central to understanding of language and the world and, unlike many cognitive domains, is thought to show little age-related decline. We investigated age-related differences in the neural basis of this critical cognitive domain by performing an activation likelihood estimation (ALE) meta-analysis of functional neuroimaging studies comparing young (...) -general controlled processing, and principally when they performed more poorly than the young. Thus, semantic processing in later life is associated with a shift from semantic-specific to domain-general neural resources, consistent with the theory of neural dedifferentiation, and a performance-related reduction in prefrontal lateralisation, which may reflect a response to increased task demands.Copyright © 2017 The Authors. Published by Elsevier Ltd.. All rights reserved.

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2017 Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews

24. Anesthetic-related Neurotoxicity and Neuroimaging in Children: a Call for Conversation (PubMed)

Anesthetic-related Neurotoxicity and Neuroimaging in Children: a Call for Conversation Each year millions of young children undergo procedures requiring sedation or general anesthesia. An increasing proportion of the anesthetics used are provided to optimize diagnostic imaging studies such as magnetic resonance imaging. Concern regarding the neurotoxicity of sedatives and anesthetics has prompted the US Food and Drug Administration to change labeling of anesthetics and sedative agents warning (...) against repeated or prolonged exposure in young children. This review aims to summarize the risk of anesthesia in children with an emphasis on anesthetic-related neurotoxicity, acknowledge the value of pediatric neuroimaging, and address this call for conversation.

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2017 Journal of child neurology

25. Cognitive Composites Domain Scores Related to Neuroimaging Biomarkers within Probable-Amnestic Mild Cognitive Impairment-Storage Subtype (PubMed)

Cognitive Composites Domain Scores Related to Neuroimaging Biomarkers within Probable-Amnestic Mild Cognitive Impairment-Storage Subtype The probable-amnestic (Pr-a) mild cognitive impairment (MCI)-storage subtype is a phenotype with 8.5 times more risk of conversion to dementia, mainly Alzheimer's disease (AD), than the possible non-amnestic (Pss-na) MCI. The aim of this study was to find the optimized cognitive composites (CCs) domain scores most related to neuroimaging biomarkers within Pr (...)  = 133 MCI). Partial correlations adjusted by age, gender, and education were calculated with the associated p-value among every CC domain score and the neuroimaging biomarkers. The results were replicated in the "MCI due to AD" with memory storage impairments from ADNI. Delayed Recall CC domain score was significantly correlated with PIB-PET SUVR (β= -0.61, p = 0.003) in the ACE study and also with aHV on MRI (β= 0.27, p = 0.01) and FDG-PET SUVR (β= 0.27, p = 0.01) in the AB255 study. After a median

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2017 Journal of Alzheimer's Disease

26. Distinct neuroimaging features define Parkinson’s disease and welding-related neurotoxicity (PubMed)

Distinct neuroimaging features define Parkinson’s disease and welding-related neurotoxicity 30151503 2018 11 14 1 1 2017 The neurologist (Hyderabad, India) Neurologist (Hyderabad) Distinct neuroimaging features define Parkinson's disease and welding-related neurotoxicity. e102 Lee Eun-Young EY Department of Neurology, Pennsylvania State University-Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, Hershey PA 17033, USA. Lewis Mechelle M MM Department of Neurology, Pennsylvania State University-Milton S (...) R01 ES019672 ES NIEHS NIH HHS United States Journal Article 2017 09 25 India Neurologist (Hyderabad) 101719078 2018 8 29 6 0 2017 1 1 0 0 2017 1 1 0 1 ppublish 30151503 PMC6108171 NIHMS932328 Biochim Biophys Acta. 2009 Jul;1792(7):722-9 18992326 Toxicol Sci. 2006 Jul;92(1):219-27 16638924 Arch Neurol. 1999 May;56(5):529-35 10328247 Exp Neurol. 2006 Dec;202(2):381-90 16925997 Brain. 2010 Nov;133(11):3423-33 20736190 Parkinsonism Relat Disord. 2012 Jan;18 Suppl 1:S55-9 22166455 Toxicol Sci. 2016 Apr

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2017 The neurologist (Hyderabad, India)

27. Sex Differences in Trauma-Related Psychopathology: a Critical Review of Neuroimaging Literature (2014–2017) (PubMed)

Sex Differences in Trauma-Related Psychopathology: a Critical Review of Neuroimaging Literature (2014–2017) Sex differences in the epidemiology and clinical presentation of trauma-related psychopathology have long been documented. Multiple underlying mechanisms have been examined, both psychosocial and biological. Among the most promising biological mechanisms are neural substrates of trauma-related psychopathology that have been uncovered in recent years.Neuroimaging studies of sex-related (...) with trauma-related psychopathology. While substantial number of published studies present preliminary evidence for neural mechanisms of sex-specific posttraumatic responses, there is a paucity of research directly designed to examine sex as a biological factor in trauma-related psychopathology. Specific foci for future studies aiming to bridge current gaps in the literature are discussed.

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2017 Current psychiatry reports

28. Update: Do Patients With Minor Head Trauma Require Neuroimaging?

Update: Do Patients With Minor Head Trauma Require Neuroimaging? TAKE-HOME MESSAGE Negative results for Canadian CT Head Rule or New Orleans Criteria can identify patients with minor head trauma for whom routine neuroimaging is unlikely to identify a clinically signi?cant intracranial injury ( 2 episodes 3 3.6 (3.1–4.1) 0.76 (0.61–0.95) Signs Skull fracture Any 3 16 (3.1–59) 0.85 (0.48–0.98) Basal 5 6 (3.9–8) 0.84 (0.76–0.92) GCS score Any decline 2 3.4–16 0.76–0.8 <15 at 2 h 3 3.5 (1.6–7.6 (...) references, and textbook references for additional articles. STUDY SELECTION English-language studies with greater than50%oftheparticipants older than 18 years and with a minor head injury, de?ned as a Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) score of 13 to 15, were included. All studies measured the performance of history and physical examination ?ndings for identifying intracranial injury, with a reference standard of neuroimaging or follow-up evaluation. The authors de?ned intracranial injury a priori as any

2016 Annals of Emergency Medicine Systematic Review Snapshots

29. An RCVS Spectrum Disorder? New Daily Persistent Headache Starting as a Single Thunderclap Headache (3 New Cases). (PubMed)

were noted in any of the patients. There is a possible seasonal predilection to develop the syndrome around the fall clock change to the winter solstice. Neuroimaging was normal in the case patients. All patients rapidly responded to nimodipine. The duration of headache prior to nimodipine therapy ranged from 3 months to 4 years.This NDPH subtype appears to be rare. The key to diagnosis is asking about the temporal profile of the onset of the first ever NDPH headache. None of the case patients had (...) An RCVS Spectrum Disorder? New Daily Persistent Headache Starting as a Single Thunderclap Headache (3 New Cases). To describe 3 new cases of new daily persistent headache (NDPH) starting as a single thunderclap headache.NDPH is a form of chronic daily headache that is unique in its temporal profile of onset. Distinct subtypes of NDPH are being described with specific efficacious treatments. A single case of NDPH starting as a single thunderclap headache has been previously reported

2019 Headache

30. Management of Childhood Migraine by Headache Specialist vs Non-Headache Specialists. (PubMed)

Management of Childhood Migraine by Headache Specialist vs Non-Headache Specialists. This study aims to compare the management practices of a headache specialist with non-headache specialists in the treatment of children with migraine. The use of appropriate rescue medications and prophylactic agents, application of neuroimaging, and short-term outcomes are compared in children treated by the two groups of physicians.A retrospective cohort study was conducted by utilizing the electronic medical (...) records of children 3-18 years of age with migraine, who were evaluated at a tertiary care children's hospital from 2016 to 2018.Of the 849 patients who met the study criteria, 469 children were classified as having chronic migraine or high-frequency episodic migraine and were followed-up on at least 1 occasion by the neurologists. Imaging was obtained in 66.5% of all children with migraine. The headache specialist used 5-HT agonists ("triptans") for migraine management in 56.7% (76/135) of cases

2019 Headache

31. Neuroimaging for the evaluation of chronic headaches : an evidence-based analysis

Neuroimaging for the evaluation of chronic headaches : an evidence-based analysis Neuroimaging for the evaluation of chronic headaches : an evidence-based analysis Neuroimaging for the evaluation of chronic headaches : an evidence-based analysis Medical Advisory Secretariat Citation Medical Advisory Secretariat. Neuroimaging for the evaluation of chronic headaches : an evidence-based analysis. Toronto: Medical Advisory Secretariat (MAS). Volume 10(26). 2010 Authors' objectives The objectives (...) AnxietyBased on the RCT by Howard et al., it is inconclusive whether neuroimaging scans in persons with a chronic headache are anxiolytic. The Grade quality of evidence supporting this outcome is low.System ServicesBased on the RCT by Howard et al. scanning persons with chronic headache regardless of their anxiety and/or depression level reduces service use. The Grade quality of evidence is low.System CostsBased on the RCT by Howard et al., scanning persons with a score greater than 11 on the High Anxiety

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32. CRACKCast E103 – Headache Disorders

IV or 30 to 60 mg IM Gastrointestinal upset; avoid this medication in elderly and in patients with renal insufficiency Second Line Agents: Morphine 4 to 8 mg IM or IV Opioids less efficacious than other treatment modalities Magnesium 2 g IV More efficacious in migraine with aura Valproic acid 1 g IV Contraindicated in pregnancy 5) List four migraine variants. Neuroimaging should be considered for older or immunocompromised patients with new-onset headaches, headaches associated with unexplained (...) polycystic kidney disease Coarctation of the aorta Marfan syndrome Ehler-Danlos syndrome Don’t forget about other things: Cervical artery dissection (CAD), cerebral venous thrombosis (CVT), reversible cerebral vasoconstriction syndrome, hemorrhagic or ischemic stroke, and primary headache disorders, including migraine and cluster headaches, CNS infections. 9) Describe a clinical grading scale for cerebral aneurysms and SAH and how it relates to prognosis. Table 93.2 – Hunt & Hess Clinical Grading Scale

2017 CandiEM

33. Headache ? Child

of the severity of the initial trauma, neuroimaging, preferably with noncontrast MRI, is indicated. SWI or GRE imaging is helpful in identifying hemosiderin deposition related to prior hemorrhage and should be included in the MRI examination. These sequences are limited because of susceptibility artifact in children with orthodontic braces or other metallic hardware, especially on higher Tesla strength MRI scanners. CT CT is usually not indicated in children with headaches attributed to remote trauma (...) tumor, and children with abnormal neurological findings should undergo neuroimaging. The clinical experiences of primary care physicians, pediatricians, and neurologists indicate that neuroimaging studies have a limited role in children with primary headaches [1]. The high prevalence of headaches and the low yield of imaging in pediatric patients presenting with headaches alone bring into question the value of screening for patients with primary headaches. Pediatric headache literature has

2017 American College of Radiology

34. A neuroimaging point of view on the diversity of social cognition: evidence for extended influence of experience- and emotion-related factors on face processing (PubMed)

A neuroimaging point of view on the diversity of social cognition: evidence for extended influence of experience- and emotion-related factors on face processing Faces are key social stimuli that convey a wealth of information essential for person perception and adaptive interpersonal behaviour. Studies in the domain of cognitive, affective, and social neuroscience have put in light that the processing of faces recruits specific visual regions and activates a distributed set of brain regions (...) related to attentional, emotional, social, and memory processes associated with the perception of faces and the extraction of the numerous information attached to them. Studies using neuroimaging techniques such as functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) have allowed localizing these brain regions and characterizing their functional properties. Magnetoencephalography (MEG) and electroencephalography (EEG) techniques are complementary to fMRI in that they offer a unique insight into the temporal

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2016 Culture and Brain

35. Generalizability of Neuroimaging Studies in 5 Common Psychiatric Disorders Based on the National Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions (NESARC). (PubMed)

Generalizability of Neuroimaging Studies in 5 Common Psychiatric Disorders Based on the National Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions (NESARC). Although neuroimaging studies have an important role in psychiatric nosology and treatment development, little is known about the representativeness of participants in neuroimaging research. We estimated the effects of commonly used study eligibility criteria on the representativeness of neuroimaging research participants in relation (...) to the general population with the psychiatric disorders of interest.Common eligibility criteria were applied from 112 published neuroimaging studies of DSM-IV nicotine dependence (13 studies), alcohol dependence (12 studies), drug use disorders (13 studies), major depressive disorder (MDD) (37 studies), and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) (36 studies) to representative US samples with these conditions from the 2001-2002 National Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions (NESARC) (n

2016 Journal of Clinical Psychiatry

36. Neuroimaging findings related to behavioral disturbances in Alzheimer's disease: a systematic review. (PubMed)

Neuroimaging findings related to behavioral disturbances in Alzheimer's disease: a systematic review. Behavioral and psychological symptoms of dementia (BPSD) associated with Alzheimer's Disease (AD) have been linked to structural and functional alterations in fronto-temporal circuits and cortical abnormalities. However, little is known on how specific volumetric and functional brain changes may be associated with the frequency, severity and pattern of BPSD.A systematic review of the literature (...) regarding neuroimaging and BPSD changes in AD was performed through Pubmed/Medline, ISI, and EMBASE electronic databases from January 2000 to May 2015. Eligible references (n=40) included clinical studies in which structural or functional neuroimaging assessment was performed in AD subjects presenting BPSD features.BPSD symptoms, particularly apathy and psychosis have been associated in most of studies with either volume reductions or decreased metabolism in the prefrontal cortex (orbital

2016 Current Alzheimer research

37. Neuroimaging Measures of Error-Processing: Extracting Reliable Signals from Event-Related Potentials and Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (PubMed)

Neuroimaging Measures of Error-Processing: Extracting Reliable Signals from Event-Related Potentials and Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Error-related brain activity has become an increasingly important focus of cognitive neuroscience research utilizing both event-related potentials (ERPs) and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). Given the significant time and resources required to collect these data, it is important for researchers to plan their experiments such that stable (...) estimates of error-related processes can be achieved efficiently. Reliability of error-related brain measures will vary as a function of the number of error trials and the number of participants included in the averages. Unfortunately, systematic investigations of the number of events and participants required to achieve stability in error-related processing are sparse, and none have addressed variability in sample size. Our goal here is to provide data compiled from a large sample of healthy

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2016 NeuroImage

38. Aspects of cerebral plasticity related to clinical features in acute vestibular neuritis: a "starting point" review from neuroimaging studies (PubMed)

Aspects of cerebral plasticity related to clinical features in acute vestibular neuritis: a "starting point" review from neuroimaging studies Vestibular neuritis (VN) is one of the most common causes of vertigo and is characterised by a sudden unilateral vestibular failure (UVF). Many neuroimaging studies in the last 10 years have focused on brain changes related to sudden vestibular deafferentation as in VN. However, most of these studies, also due to different possibilities across diverse (...) centres, were based on different times of first acquisition from the onset of VN symptoms, neuroimaging techniques, statistical analysis and correlation with otoneurological and psychological findings. In the present review, the authors aim to merge together the similarities and discrepancies across various investigations that have employed neuroimaging techniques and group analysis with the purpose of better understanding about how the brain changes and what characteristic clinical features may

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2016 Acta Otorhinolaryngologica Italica

39. Human cerebral circuitry related to cardiac control: A neuroimaging meta-analysis. (PubMed)

Human cerebral circuitry related to cardiac control: A neuroimaging meta-analysis. Serious arrhythmias often follow stroke, highlighting the important role that the cerebral cortex has in neural regulation of the heart. Neuroimaging studies reveal patterns of activation associated with autonomic cardiovascular responses. Using the activation likelihood estimation, a meta-analysis was performed to identify cortical activation patterns related to heart rate and heart rate variability across

2016 Annals of Neurology

40. The neural network for tool-related cognition: An activation likelihood estimation meta-analysis of 70 neuroimaging contrasts. (PubMed)

The neural network for tool-related cognition: An activation likelihood estimation meta-analysis of 70 neuroimaging contrasts. The ability to recognize and use a variety of tools is an intriguing human cognitive function. Multiple neuroimaging studies have investigated neural activations with various types of tool-related tasks. In the present paper, we reviewed tool-related neural activations reported in 70 contrasts from 56 neuroimaging studies and performed a series of activation likelihood (...) estimation (ALE) meta-analyses to identify tool-related cortical circuits dedicated either to general tool knowledge or to task-specific processes. The results indicate the following: (a) Common, task-general processing regions for tools are located in the left inferior parietal lobule (IPL) and ventral premotor cortex; and (b) task-specific regions are located in superior parietal lobule (SPL) and dorsal premotor area for imagining/executing actions with tools and in bilateral occipito-temporal cortex

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2016 Cognitive neuropsychology

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