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    • Dynamics of Motor Network Overactivation After Striatocapsular Stroke. A Longitudinal PET Study Using a Fixed-Performance Paradigm 

      Calautti, Cinzia; Guincestre, Jean-Yves; Leroy, François; Baron, Jean-Claude (American Heart Association, 2001)
      Background and Purpose—Although excessive brain activation during affected hand motion after stroke is well documented, its time course has been rarely studied, and when studied, this has either been with passive movement ...
    • The Genetic Architecture of Lacunar Stroke 

      Traylor, Matthew Stephen; Bevan, Stephen Nicholas; Baron, Jean-Claude; Hassan, Ahamad; Lewis, Cathryn; Markus, Hugh Stephen (2015-08-04)
      Background and Purpose Lacunar strokes comprise approximately 20% of all strokes. Despite this frequency, their pathogenesis is poorly understood. Previous GWA studies in lacunar stroke have been disappointing, which may ...
    • Local relationships between restricted water diffusion and oxygen consumption in the ischaemic human brain 

      Guadagno, Joseph V; Simon, Jones P; Fryer, Timothy David; Barret, Olivier; Aigbirhio, Franklin Imo; Carpenter, Thomas Adrian; Price, Christopher J et al. (American Heart Association, 2006-06-08)
      Background and Purpose— MR is widely used to depict still ischemic but viable tissue in acute stroke. However, the relationship between the apparent diffusion coefficient (ADC) and energy failure from reduced oxygen supply ...