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  • Graph theory analysis of resting-state functional magnetic resonance imaging in essential tremor. [Journal Article]
    Hum Brain Mapp 2019; 40(16):4686-4702Benito-León J, Sanz-Morales E, … Malpica N
  • Essential tremor (ET) is a neurological disease with both motor and nonmotor manifestations; however, little is known about its underlying brain basis. Furthermore, the overall organization of the brain network in ET remains largely unexplored. We investigated the topological properties of brain functional network, derived from resting-state functional magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) data, in 23…
  • Phylogenetic supertree and functional trait database for all extant parrots. [Journal Article]
    Data Brief 2019; 24:103882Burgio KR, Davis KE, … Willig MR
  • We present a complete dataset from the literature on functional traits including morphological measurements, dietary information, foraging strategy, and foraging location for all 398 extant species of parrots. The morphological measurements include: mass, total length, wing chord, culmen length, tarsus length, and tail length. The diet data describe whether each species is known to consume partic…
  • Altered gray matter volume in patients with herpes zoster and postherpetic neuralgia. [Journal Article]
    J Pain Res 2019; 12:605-616Liu J, Gu L, … Jiang J
  • CONCLUSIONS: The VBM method revealed widespread GMV abnormalities in HZ and PHN patients. The brains of PHN patients have broader abnormalities in nonpain-related regions, suggesting the complexity of a central mechanism. When PHN patients were compared with HZ patients, the left cerebellar tonsil, culmen, and left lentiform nucleus corresponded to greater area under the curve, suggesting that abnormalities in these regions are risk factors for HZ patients' transformation to PHN.
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