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Temporal excitation patterns on the cerebral cortex as a result of migraine modeling
The complex, highly individual, geometry of the cerebral cortex in humans presents a major challenge in studying the spreading of spontaneous neuronal activity. Recent computational advances  allow to simulate the ...
Patient-specific computational modeling of Cortical Spreading Depression via Diffusion Tensor Imaging
Cortical Spreading Depression (CSD), a depolarization wave originat- ing in the visual cortex and traveling towards the frontal lobe, is com- monly accepted as a correlate of migraine visual aura. As of today, little is ...
Extreme brain events: Higher-order statistics of brain resting activity and its relation with structural connectivity
The brain exhibits a wide variety of spatiotemporal patterns of neuronal activity recorded using functional magnetic resonance imaging as the so-called blood-oxygenated-level-dependent (BOLD) signal. An active area of work ...
Longitudinal variations of brain functional connectivity: A case report study based on a mouse model of epilepsy
Brain Functional Connectivity (FC) quantifies statistical dependencies between areas of the brain. FC has been widely used to address altered function of brain circuits in control conditions compared to different pathological ...
Geometry shapes propagation: Assessing the presence and absence of cortical symmetries through a computational model of cortical spreading depression
Cortical spreading depression (CSD), a depolarization wave which originates in the visual cortex and travels toward the frontal lobe, has been suggested to be one neural correlate of aura migraine. To the date, little is ...
Lagged and instantaneous dynamical influences related to brain structural connectivity
Contemporary neuroimaging methods can shed light on the basis of human neural and cognitive specializations, with important implications for neuroscience and medicine. Indeed, different MRI acquisitions provide different ...