Explore the latest in neuroimaging, including new functional technologies and imaging markers of dementia, depression, ALS, and more.
This case report describes a 79-year-old man with an enlargement of a pituitary mass with compression of the left optic nerve and chiasm.
This case study investigates the association of regional in vivo retention of the tau positron emission tomography ligand [18F]flortaucipir with the density of tau neuropathology in the corresponding brain regions in a patient with early-onset Alzheimer disease caused by a PSEN1 mutation.
This cross-sectional, longitudinal study examines neuroimaging measures of emotion processing and regulation neural circuitries with symptoms of bipolar disorder in offspring of parents with bipolar disorder compared with offspring of parents with non–bipolar disroder psychopathologies and offspring of healthy parents.
This naturalistic functional magnetic resonance imaging study examines the association of age at onset and longitudinal course of prefrontal activity in youths with early-onset schizophrenia compared with age-matched healthy control individuals.
This medical record review described a unique pattern of spinal cord gadolinium enhancement on magnetic resonance imaging in patients with spinal dural arteriovenous fistulas.
This narrative review discusses the limits of current cerebral cavernous malformation treatment and introduces findings from in vitro and in vivo studies that provide insight into cerebral cavernous malformation pathogenesis and indicate molecular mechanisms as potential therapeutic targets.
This cohort study compares the use of fetal magnetic resonance imaging and ultrasonography in the identification of brain abnormalities associated with Zika virus.
This case series describes clinical and imaging findings in 24 infants born with congenital Zika syndrome who developed hydrocephalus.
This cohort study investigates the differences in temporal synchrony between brain regions in individuals with autism and those with typical development.
This cross-sectional study investigates whether increased hippocampal glutamate levels are associated with adverse clinical outcomes in individuals at clinical high risk for psychosis compared with healthy control individuals, between clinical high-risk individuals who develop and do not develop psychosis, and between individuals with good and poor outcomes.
This population-based, cross-sectional study explores the association between the peripapillary retinal nerve fiber layer thickness and brain alterations in the visual and limbic networks in elderly people without dementia.
This narrative review addresses the current understanding of carotid webs as a modifiable risk factor for stroke.
A man in his 50s presented with a 2-year history of optic disc edema in the right eye, double vision, and graying of vision; examination found prominent chronic-appearing optic disc edema in the right eye and superior greater than inferior peripheral field loss in the right eye. What would you do next?
This cohort study assesses whether machine learning based on clinical and imaging data can determine predictors associated with social and role functioning in patients with recent-onset depression or in clinical high-risk states for psychosis.
This study uses normative modeling to map regional brain alterations to examine brain structural heterogeneity in adults with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder vs healthy individuals.
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