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61. Headaches in over 12s: diagnosis and management

or medication overuse headache for neuroimaging solely for reassurance. [2012] [2012] Information and support for people with headache disorders Information and support for people with headache disorders Include the following in discussions with the person with a headache disorder: a positive diagnosis, including an explanation of the diagnosis and reassurance that other pathology has been excluded and and Headaches in over 12s: diagnosis and management (CG150) © NICE 2019. All rights reserved. Subject (...) weakness or or double vision or or visual symptoms affecting only one eye or or poor balance or or decreased level of consciousness. [2012] [2012] Menstrual-related migr Menstrual-related migraine aine 1.2.5 Suspect menstrual-related migraine in women and girls whose migraine occurs predominantly between 2 days before and 3 days after the start of menstruation in at least 2 out of 3 consecutive menstrual cycles. [2012] [2012] 1.2.6 Diagnose menstrual-related migraine using a headache diary (see

2012 National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence - Clinical Guidelines

62. Mapping longitudinal scientific progress, collaboration and impact of the Alzheimer's disease neuroimaging initiative. (Full text)

Mapping longitudinal scientific progress, collaboration and impact of the Alzheimer's disease neuroimaging initiative. Alzheimer's disease neuroimaging initiative (ADNI) is a landmark imaging and omics study in AD. ADNI research literature has increased substantially over the past decade, which poses challenges for effectively communicating information about the results and impact of ADNI-related studies. In this work, we employed advanced information visualization techniques to perform (...) a comprehensive and systematic mapping of the ADNI scientific growth and impact over a period of 12 years.Citation information of ADNI-related publications from 01/01/2003 to 05/12/2015 were downloaded from the Scopus database. Five fields, including authors, years, affiliations, sources (journals), and keywords, were extracted and preprocessed. Statistical analyses were performed on basic publication data as well as journal and citations information. Science mapping workflows were conducted using the Science

2017 PLoS ONE PubMed

63. Diagnostic potential of multimodal neuroimaging in posttraumatic stress disorder. (Full text)

Diagnostic potential of multimodal neuroimaging in posttraumatic stress disorder. Despite accumulating evidence of physiological abnormalities related to posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), the current diagnostic criteria for PTSD still rely on clinical interviews. In this study, we investigated the diagnostic potential of multimodal neuroimaging for identifying posttraumatic symptom trajectory after trauma exposure. Thirty trauma-exposed individuals and 29 trauma-unexposed healthy (...) individuals were followed up over a 5-year period. Three waves of assessments using multimodal neuroimaging, including structural magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and diffusion-weighted MRI, were performed. Based on previous findings that the structural features of the fear circuitry-related brain regions may dynamically change during recovery from the trauma, we employed a machine learning approach to determine whether local, connectivity, and network features of brain regions of the fear circuitry

2017 PLoS ONE PubMed

64. Functional neuroimaging for primary degenerative dementia or mild cognitive impairment

for primary degenerative dementia or mild cognitive impairment. Not Covered Covered Under Certain Conditions Covered Unconditionally Functional neuroimaging with PET, SPECT, fMRI or fMRI with ASL 10 0 0 Discussion The chair called for discussion of conditions and evidence related to functional neuroimaging. The committee identified potential conditions and moved to vote. The committee voted to not cover these technologies for primary degenerative dementia and mild cognitive impairment. Action (...) Functional neuroimaging for primary degenerative dementia or mild cognitive impairment Final Neuroimaging for Dementia: Findings & Decision Page 1 of 3 Health Technology Clinical Committee Final Findings and Decision Topic: Functional Neuroimaging for Primary Degenerative Dementia or Mild Cognitive Impairment Meeting Date: January 16, 2015 Final Adoption: March 20, 2015 Meeting materials and transcript are available on the HTA website: www.hca.wa.gov/hta/meetingmaterials/Forms

2015 Washington Health Care Authority

65. Headache-Related Neuroimaging

Headache-Related Neuroimaging Headache-Related Neuroimaging Toggle navigation Brain Head & Neck Chest Endocrine Abdomen Musculoskeletal Skin Infectious Disease Hematology & Oncology Cohorts Diagnostics Emergency Findings Procedures Prevention & Management Pharmacy Resuscitation Trauma Emergency Procedures Ultrasound Cardiovascular Emergencies Lung Emergencies Infectious Disease Pediatrics Neurologic Emergencies Skin Exposure Miscellaneous Abuse Cancer Administration 4 Headache-Related (...) Neuroimaging Headache-Related Neuroimaging Aka: Headache-Related Neuroimaging , Neuroimaging in Headache II. Indications s III. Protocol: Imaging selection Immunocompromised with and without contrast suspected in age >60 years with and without contrast Requires starting s and obtaining temporal artery biopsy Suspected or without contrast Start antibiotics and obtain Pregnancy and severe (preferred) or Suspected carotid dissection with severe unilateral with and without contrast and MRA of the head and neck

2015 FP Notebook

66. Neuroimaging for headaches in patients with normal neurologic examination: protocol for a systematic review

Neuroimaging for headaches in patients with normal neurologic examination: protocol for a systematic review Print | PDF PROSPERO This information has been provided by the named contact for this review. CRD has accepted this information in good faith and registered the review in PROSPERO. CRD bears no responsibility or liability for the content of this registration record, any associated files or external websites. Email salutation (e.g. "Dr Smith" or "Joanne") for correspondence: Organisation

2017 PROSPERO

67. Social anhedonia in major depressive disorder: a symptom-specific neuroimaging approach. (PubMed)

Social anhedonia in major depressive disorder: a symptom-specific neuroimaging approach. While research concerning brain structural biomarkers of major depressive disorder (MDD) is continuously progressing, our state of knowledge regarding biomarkers of specific clinical profiles of MDD is still limited. The aim of the present study was to investigate brain structural correlates of social anhedonia as a cardinal symptom of MDD. In a cross-sectional study, we investigated n = 166 patients (...) with reduced gray matter volume in the bilateral caudate nucleus in both the MDD-group (pFWE = 0.002) and the HC-group (pFWE = 0.032). The whole-brain analysis confirmed this association (left: pFWE = 0.036, right: pFWE = 0.047). There was no significant main effect of group and no significant anhedonia x group interaction effect. This is the first study providing evidence for volumetric aberrations in the reward system related to social anhedonia independently of diagnosis, depression severity, medication

2018 Neuropsychopharmacology

68. Neural signatures of Trail Making Test performance: Evidence from lesion-mapping and neuroimaging studies (Full text)

Neural signatures of Trail Making Test performance: Evidence from lesion-mapping and neuroimaging studies The Trail Making Test (TMT) is an extensively used neuropsychological instrument for the assessment of set-switching ability across a wide range of neurological conditions. However, the exact nature of the cognitive processes and associated brain regions contributing to the performance on the TMT remains unclear. In this review, we first introduce the TMT by discussing its administration (...) and scoring approaches. We then examine converging evidence and divergent findings concerning the brain regions related to TMT performance, as identified by lesion-symptom mapping studies conducted in brain-injured patients and functional magnetic resonance imaging studies conducted in healthy participants. After addressing factors that may account for the heterogeneity in the brain regions reported by these studies, we identify future research endeavours that may permit disentangling the different

2018 Neuropsychologia PubMed

69. Neuroimaging in the Kleine-Levin Syndrome (Full text)

Neuroimaging in the Kleine-Levin Syndrome The purpose was to review the most recent literature on neuroimaging in the Kleine-Levin syndrome (KLS). We aimed to investigate if frontotemporal and thalamic dysfunction are key KLS signatures, and if recent research indicates other brain networks of interest that elucidate KLS symptomatology and aetiology.In a comprehensive literature search, we found 12 original articles published 2013-2018. Most studies report deviations related to cerebral (...) perfusion, glucose metabolism, or blood-oxygen-level-dependent responses in frontotemporal areas and/or the thalamus. Studies also report dysfunction in the temporoparietal junction and the oculomotor network that also were related to clinical parameters. We discuss these findings based on recent research on thalamocortical networks and brain stem white matter tracts. The hypothesis of frontotemporal and thalamic involvement in KLS was confirmed, and additional findings in the temporoparietal junction

2018 Current neurology and neuroscience reports PubMed

70. Using Multi-Scale Genetic, Neuroimaging and Clinical Data for Predicting Alzheimer’s Disease and Reconstruction of Relevant Biological Mechanisms (Full text)

Using Multi-Scale Genetic, Neuroimaging and Clinical Data for Predicting Alzheimer’s Disease and Reconstruction of Relevant Biological Mechanisms Alzheimer's Disease (AD) is among the most frequent neuro-degenerative diseases. Early diagnosis is essential for successful disease management and chance to attenuate symptoms by disease modifying drugs. In the past, a number of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), plasma and neuro-imaging based biomarkers have been proposed. Still, in current clinical (...) of the relevant baseline characteristics that contributed to the AD risk prediction. More specifically, we used Bayesian Networks to uncover the interplay across biological scales between neuro-psychological assessment scores, single genetic variants, pathways and neuro-imaging related features. Together with information extracted from the literature, this allowed us to partially reconstruct biological mechanisms that could play a role in the conversion of normal/MCI into AD pathology. This in turn may open

2018 Scientific reports PubMed

71. Sequential Neuroimaging of the Fetus and Newborn With In Utero Zika Virus Exposure. (PubMed)

of pregnant women with ZIKV infection, prenatal US examination appeared to detect all but 1 abnormal fetal case. Postnatal neuroimaging in infants who had normal prenatal imaging revealed new mild abnormalities. For most patients, prenatal and postnatal US may identify ZIKV-related brain injury. (...) Sequential Neuroimaging of the Fetus and Newborn With In Utero Zika Virus Exposure. The evolution of fetal brain injury by Zika virus (ZIKV) infection is not well described.To perform longitudinal neuroimaging of fetuses and infants exposed to in utero maternal ZIKV infection using concomitant magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and ultrasonography (US), as well as to determine the duration of viremia in pregnant women with ZIKV infection and whether the duration of viremia correlated with fetal

2018 JAMA pediatrics

72. International Cognition and Cancer Task Force Recommendations for Neuroimaging Methods in the Study of Cognitive Impairment in Non-CNS Cancer Patients. (PubMed)

International Cognition and Cancer Task Force Recommendations for Neuroimaging Methods in the Study of Cognitive Impairment in Non-CNS Cancer Patients. Cancer- and treatment-related cognitive changes have been a focus of increasing research since the early 1980s, with meta-analyses demonstrating poorer performance in cancer patients in cognitive domains including executive functions, processing speed, and memory. To facilitate collaborative efforts, in 2011 the International Cognition (...) and Cancer Task Force (ICCTF) published consensus recommendations for core neuropsychological tests for studies of cancer populations. Over the past decade, studies have used neuroimaging techniques, including structural and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and positron emission tomography, to examine the underlying brain basis for cancer- and treatment-related cognitive declines. As yet, however, there have been no consensus recommendations to guide researchers new to this field

2018 Journal of the National Cancer Institute

73. Neuroimaging Determinants of Poststroke Cognitive Performance. (PubMed)

Neuroimaging Determinants of Poststroke Cognitive Performance. Background and Purpose- We aimed to define the neuroimaging determinants of poststroke cognitive performance and their relative contributions among a spectrum of magnetic resonance imaging markers, including lesion burden and strategic locations. Methods- We prospectively included patients with stroke from the GRECogVASC study (Groupe de Réflexion pour l'Évaluation Cognitive Vasculaire) who underwent 3-T magnetic resonance imaging (...) and a comprehensive standardized battery of neuropsychological tests 6 months after the index event. An optimized global cognitive score and neuroimaging markers, including stroke characteristics, cerebral atrophy markers, and small vessel diseases markers, were assessed. Location of strategic strokes was determined using a specifically designed method taking into account stroke size and cerebral atrophy. A stepwise multivariable linear regression model was used to identify magnetic resonance imaging determinants

2018 Stroke

74. Preterm Neuroimaging and School-Age Cognitive Outcomes. (Full text)

Preterm Neuroimaging and School-Age Cognitive Outcomes. Children born extremely preterm are at risk for cognitive difficulties and disability. The relative prognostic value of neonatal brain MRI and cranial ultrasound (CUS) for school-age outcomes remains unclear. Our objectives were to relate near-term conventional brain MRI and early and late CUS to cognitive impairment and disability at 6 to 7 years among children born extremely preterm and assess prognostic value.A prospective study (...) of adverse early and late CUS and near-term conventional MRI findings to predict outcomes at 6 to 7 years including a full-scale IQ (FSIQ) <70 and disability (FSIQ <70, moderate-to-severe cerebral palsy, or severe vision or hearing impairment) in a subgroup of Surfactant Positive Airway Pressure and Pulse Oximetry Randomized Trial enrollees. Stepwise logistic regression evaluated associations of neuroimaging with outcomes, adjusting for perinatal-neonatal factors.A total of 386 children had follow-up

2018 Pediatrics PubMed

75. General anaesthesia as fragmentation of selfhood: insights from electroencephalography and neuroimaging. (PubMed)

General anaesthesia as fragmentation of selfhood: insights from electroencephalography and neuroimaging. Selfhood is linked to brain processes that enable the experience of a person as a distinct entity, capable of agency. This framework naturally incorporates a continuum of both non-conscious and conscious self-related information processing, and includes a hierarchy of components, such as awareness of existence (core self), embodied self (sentience), executive self (agency/volition (...) ), and various other higher-order cognitive processes. Consciousness relates to, but is not congruent, with selfhood; understanding the processes required for selfhood can explain the partial consciousness seen in anaesthesia. Functional-brain-imaging and electroencephalographic studies in sleep and general anaesthesia have shown differential effects of anaesthetic drugs on various specific self-related functional brain networks. In particular, drug-induced selective impairment of anterior insula function

2018 British Journal of Anaesthesia

76. Multimorbidity Is Associated with Preclinical Alzheimer's Disease Neuroimaging Biomarkers. (PubMed)

was used to assess the association of multimorbidity with AD neuroimaging biomarkers.Multimorbidity is signif icantly associated with lower hippocampal volumes (-0.03 ± 0.01; p = 0.012; R2 = 0.017) and lower FDG-PET SUV (-0.027 ± 0.009; p = 0.005; R2 = 0.022), with no association with amyloid deposition (0.001 ± 0.007; p = 0.884; R2 = 0.0001). Taken individually, obesity and excessive alcohol use are associated with lower FDG-PET values, whereas obstructive sleep apnea and mood disorders are related (...) Multimorbidity Is Associated with Preclinical Alzheimer's Disease Neuroimaging Biomarkers. Identifying comorbidities that influence preclinical Alzheimer's disease (AD) can give some insight into the AD early stages trajectories to allow new treatment venues and to guide public health systems to prevent subsequent dementia.To examine the association of multimorbidity with AD neuroimaging markers in cognitively normal older adults.This study had a cross-sectional design. Data regarding 14

2018 Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders

77. Sex differences in the developing brain: insights from multimodal neuroimaging. (PubMed)

Sex differences in the developing brain: insights from multimodal neuroimaging. Youth (including both childhood and adolescence) is a period when the brain undergoes dramatic remodeling and is also a time when neuropsychiatric conditions often emerge. Many of these illnesses have substantial sex differences in prevalence, suggesting that sex differences in brain development may underlie differential risk for psychiatric symptoms between males and females. Substantial evidence documents sex (...) differences in brain structure and function in adults, and accumulating data suggests that these sex differences may be present or emerge during development. Here we review the evidence for sex differences in brain structure, white matter organization, and perfusion during development. We then use these normative differences as a framework to understand sex differences in brain development associated with psychopathology. In particular, we focus on sex differences in the brain as they relate to anxiety

2018 Neuropsychopharmacology

78. Structural and Functional Neuroimaging of Polygenic Risk for Schizophrenia: A Recall-by-Genotype-Based Approach. (Full text)

an between group analysis of the RbG individuals (low vs high SCZ-RPS) who underwent structural neuroimaging data (T1-weighted scans) and fMRI data during a reversal learning task. While we found little evidence for morphometric differences between the low and high SCZ-RPS groups, we observed an impact of SCZ-RPS on blood oxygen level-dependent (BOLD) signal during reward processing in the ventral striatum (PFWE-VS-CORRECTED = .037), a previously investigated broader reward-related network (PFWE-ROIS (...) Structural and Functional Neuroimaging of Polygenic Risk for Schizophrenia: A Recall-by-Genotype-Based Approach. Risk profile scores (RPS) derived from genome-wide association studies (GWAS) explain a considerable amount of susceptibility for schizophrenia (SCZ). However, little is known about how common genetic risk factors for SCZ influence the structure and function of the human brain, largely due to the constraints of imaging sample sizes. In the current study, we use a novel recall

2018 Schizophrenia bulletin PubMed

79. Diagnostic yield of neuroimaging in syncope patients without high-risk symptoms indicating neurological syncope. (PubMed)

. Patients with neurological examination findings (confusion, amnesia, focal neurological deficit, severe headache, dizziness, nausea and vomiting), patients on anticoagulants, patients with known intracranial malignancies and those whose loss of consciousness was attributed to reasons other than syncope were excluded from the study.A total of 1114 patients were included in the study. The median age was 48 years (IQR = 34-66 years) and 576 (51.7%) of the patients were male. The neuroimaging tests (...) Diagnostic yield of neuroimaging in syncope patients without high-risk symptoms indicating neurological syncope. Diagnostic tests are widely used for patients with syncope in the emergency department (ED). This study aimed to determine the diagnostic yield of neuroimaging in patients with syncope without high-risk symptoms.Adult patients who presented to the ED with syncope in 2016 were screened retrospectively. Patients who suffered from mild head trauma due to syncope were also included

2018 American Journal of Emergency Medicine

80. Sex differences in brain responses to food stimuli: a meta-analysis on neuroimaging studies. (PubMed)

Sex differences in brain responses to food stimuli: a meta-analysis on neuroimaging studies. The aims of the current study were to update the inclusion list of relevant neuroimaging studies, meta-analyse the neuroimaging data and thus synthesize a brain map showing locations with differential activations between men and women. Published studies to 2017 were retrieved and included into the analysis if they evaluated patients' brain responses to food or eating stimuli with functional magnetic (...) resonance imaging or positron emission tomography and reported activation differences between the sexes in the form of brain coordinates based on whole-brain analysis. Eight studies that comprised a total of 231 participants fulfilled the inclusion criteria. Men had larger neural responses to food stimuli than women in the anterior and middle cingulate, which are related to emotion regulation. Meanwhile, women had larger neural responses to food stimuli than men in the parahippocampus, the thalamus

2018 Obesity Reviews

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