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  • Disrupted Intraregional Brain Activity and Functional Connectivity in Unilateral Acute Tinnitus Patients With Hearing Loss. [Journal Article]
    Front Neurosci 2019; 13:1010Zhou GP, Shi XY, … Tao YJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: By combining ReHo, fALFF, and FC analyses, our work indicated that AT with hearing loss had abnormal intraregional neural activity and disrupted connectivity in several brain regions which mainly involving the non-auditory area, and these regions are major components of default mode network (DMN), attention network, visual network, and executive control network. These findings will help us enhance the understanding of the neuroimaging mechanism in tinnitus populations. Moreover, these abnormalities remind us that we should focus on the early stages of this hearing disease.
  • Quantitative fetal MRI assessment of cystic posterior fossa malformations. [Journal Article]
    Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 2019Dovjak GO, Diogo MC, … Kasprian GJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: The prenatal assessment of vermian lobules is a useful addition to standard neuroradiological and neurosonographic parameters. The quantification of vermian lobules with fetal MRI allows further differentiation of cPFM into subgroups, and thereby, improves the classification of hindbrain malformations. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
  • Severe neurodevelopmental disease caused by a homozygous TLK2 variant. [Journal Article]
    Eur J Hum Genet 2019Töpf A, Oktay Y, … Horvath R
  • A distinct neurodevelopmental phenotype characterised mainly by mild motor and language delay and facial dysmorphism, caused by heterozygous de novo or dominant variants in the TLK2 gene has recently been described. All cases reported carried either truncating variants located throughout the gene, or missense changes principally located at the C-terminal end of the protein mostly resulting in hap…
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