LIM/44 - Laboratório de Ressonância Magnética em Neurorradiologia

O Laboratório de Ressonância Magnética em Neurorradiologia é ligado ao Departamento de Radiologia e Oncologia da Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade de São Paulo (FMUSP).

Linhas de pesquisa: investigação em imagem, com pesquisas focadas em ressonância magnética em neurradiologia com técnicas convencionais e funcionais, ultrassonografia e radiologia convencional.

Site oficial: http://limhc.fm.usp.br/portal/lim44-laboratorio-de-ressonancia-magnetica-em-neurorradiologia/

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  1. Effect of Cell Therapy and Exercise Training in a Stroke Model, Considering the Cell Track by Molecular Image and Behavioral Analysis

    CELLS, v.11, n.3, article ID 485, 20p, 2022

    The goal of this study is to see how combining physical activity with cell treatment impacts functional recovery in a stroke model. Molecular imaging and multimodal nanoparticles assisted in cell tracking and longitudinal monitoring (MNP). The viability of mesenchymal stem cell (MSC) was determin...

  2. The Advances in Glioblastoma On-a-Chip for Therapy Approaches

    CANCERS, v.14, n.4, article ID 869, 32p, 2022

    This systematic review aimed to verify the use of microfluidic devices in the process of implementing and evaluating the effectiveness of therapeutic approaches in glioblastoma on-a-chip, providing a broad view of advances to date in the use of this technology and their perspectives. We searched ...

  3. Dissecting neuropathic from poststroke pain: the white matter within

    PAIN, v.163, n.4, p.765-778, 2022

    Poststroke pain (PSP) is a heterogeneous term encompassing both central neuropathic (ie, central poststroke pain [CPSP]) and nonneuropathic poststroke pain (CNNP) syndromes. Central poststroke pain is classically related to damage in the lateral brainstem, posterior thalamus, and parietoinsular a...

  4. Clinical features of COVID-19 by SARS-CoV-2 Gamma variant: A prospective cohort study of vaccinated and unvaccinated healthcare workers

    JOURNAL OF INFECTION, v.84, n.2, p.262-265, 2022

  5. Mnemonic strategy training modulates functional connectivity at rest in mild cognitive impairment: Results from a randomized controlled trial

    ALZHEIMERS & DEMENTIA-TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH & CLINICAL INTERVENTIONS, v.6, n.1, article ID e12075, 12p, 2020

    Introduction: Mnemonic strategy training (MST) has been shown to improve cognitive performance and increase brain activation in those with mild cognitive impairment (MCI). However, little is known regarding the effects of MST on functional connectivity (FC) at rest. The aim of the present study w...

  6. Pre-treatment MRI tumor features and post-treatment mammographic findings: may they contribute to refining the prediction of pathologic complete response in post-neoadjuvant breast cancer patients with radiologic complete response on MRI?

    EUROPEAN RADIOLOGY, v.32, n.3, p.1663-1675, 2022

    Purpose Radiologic complete response (rCR) in breast cancer patients after neoadjuvant chemotherapy (NAC) does not necessarily correlate with pathologic complete response (pCR), a marker traditionally associated with better outcomes. We sought to verify if data extracted from two important steps ...

  7. The effect of lesion filling on brain network analysis in multiple sclerosis using structural magnetic resonance imaging

    INSIGHTS INTO IMAGING, v.13, n.1, article ID 63, 13p, 2022

    Background Graph theoretical network analysis with structural magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of multiple sclerosis (MS) patients can be used to assess subtle changes in brain networks. However, the presence of multiple focal brain lesions might impair the accuracy of automatic tissue segmentati...

  8. Longitudinal assessment of magnetization transfer ratio, brain volume, and cognitive functions in diffuse axonal injury

    BRAIN AND BEHAVIOR, v.12, n.3, article ID e2490, 13p, 2022

    Background Diffuse axonal injury (DAI) is a frequent mechanism of traumatic brain injury (TBI) that triggers a sequence of parenchymal changes that progresses from focal axonal shear injuries up to inflammatory response and delayed axonal disconnection. Objective The main purpose of this study is...

  9. Inverse Association Between Hypothalamic N-Acetyl Aspartate/Creatine Ratio and Indices of Body Mass in Adolescents with Obesity

    JOURNAL OF NUTRITION, v.152, n.3, p.663-670, 2022

    Background Approximately 10% of adolescents worldwide are overweight or obese, hence the urgent and universal need to elucidate possible mechanisms that lead to obesity in the adolescent population. Objectives We examined the hypothalamic metabolism and its relationship with physical development ...

  10. BEYOND RANDOM AND NUMERIC LESIONS: DIFFERENT IMAGING PATTERNS OF CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM METASTASIS BASED ON PRIMARY TUMOR LOCATION AND MOLECULAR PROFILE

    NEURO-ONCOLOGY, v.23, suppl.6, p.128-128, 2021