Clinical fMRI

Ballroom B
13:30 – 15:30

Chairs: Clifford Jack and Mitchell D. Schnall

13:30 498. Functional MRI of the Brain with Vascular Malformation, J.C. Lin, T.H. Le, D.D. Roman, E.S. Nussbaum and C.L. Truwit, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, USA.
13:42 499. Visual and Motor Brain Activation Studied with BOLD fMRI and Proton MRS in Patients with Mitochondrial Encephalopathy (MELAS), R.L. DeLaPaz, D.C. Shungu, W.M. Millar, G.M. Perera, Y. Polanco and D.C. De Vivo, Columbia University, New York, NY, USA.
13:54 500. Cocaine Dose Dependent Activation of Brain Reward Circuitry in Humans Revealed by 3T fMRI, R. Gollub, H. Breiter, M. Dershwitz, I. Elman, H. Kantor, D. Gastfriend, E. Benson, S. Lazar, S. Krause, N. Makris, D. Kennedy, T. Campbell, R. Weisskoff and B. Rosen, Massachusetts General Hospital, Charlestown, MA, USA.
14:06 501. Spreading BOLD Deactivation During Spontaneous Migraine Aura, D. Bakker, O. Wu, M. Sanchez del Rio, M. Cutrer, K.K. Kwong, N. Hadjikhani, R.B.H. Tootell, B.R. Rosen, A.G. Sorensen and M.A. Moskowitz, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA, USA.
14:18 502. Reduced BOLD fMRI Signal Changes in the Primary Visual Cortex of MS Patients with Unilateral Optic Neuritis: Correlation with Visual Evoked Potentials, P.J. Gareau, J.R. Mitchell, J.S. Gati and S.J. Karlik, John P. Robarts Research Institute and London Health Sciences Center-University Campus, London, Ontario, Canada.
14:30 503. Functional Recovery of Motor Cortex After Stroke: Functional MRI and Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, L. Hernandez, Y. Yen, E.P. Bastings, G. Hammond, D.C. Good, J.P. Greenberg, T.P. Pons, P.E. Ricci and D.M. Moody, Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC, USA.
14:42 504. Expanding Cortical Language Networks during Recovery from Aphasia, Y. Cao, K.P. George, E.M. Vikingstad, A.F. Johnson and K.M.A. Welch, Henry Ford Health Sciences Center, Case Western Reserve University, Detroit, MI, USA and Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH, USA.
14:54 505. Functional Connectivity in Patients with Focal Cerebral Lesions, M. Quigley, D. Cordes, K. Arfanakis, P.A. Turski, V. Haughton and M.E. Meyerand, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, USA.
15:06 506. EEG-Correlated Diffusion-Weighted fMRI in Epilepsy, M.R. Symms, K. Krakow, U.C. Wieshmann, G.J. Barker, D.R. Fish and J.S. Duncan, National Society for Epilepsy, Chalfont St Peter, Bucks, UK and University College, London, UK.

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