head injury
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Term Similarity Weight in brain map N In query
fa
0.011268318534762534
1.0
1796 In expansion
tensor
0.012787092788303587
0.4436319542416959
1361 In expansion
frontal
0.006324227553269923
0.4006854737050602
11471 In expansion
amygdala
0.002715520788003143
0.37511726406252877
4540 In expansion
memory
0.009822450129490415
0.17037384356171956
8405 In expansion
thalamus
0.001133353726872068
0.1663297853767514
4891 In expansion
matter
0.002209177067478521
0.1456417687319044
6324 In expansion
cingulate
0.0010254203521479295
0.13487106390300496
9501 In expansion
prefrontal
0.0013266407332206643
0.11876583404350866
10017 In expansion
white matter
0.001362663353634098
0.10066702433969331
4236 In expansion
white
0.0017753108211477652
0.10037557919511714
6774 In expansion
occipital
0.0006818323763777245
0.08874366730865216
6796 In expansion
inferior
0.0021559750469848206
0.08743655909353032
10215 In expansion
left
0.0016845620310716055
0.0797437442103306
12782 In expansion
parietal
0.0003573171024164645
0.06867888335278141
10159 In expansion
motor
0.0003781090937277893
0.054617838503326396
7928 In expansion
cerebellum
0.00030747298795225797
0.05274185713794455
5578 In expansion
brainstem
0.0004059072564755168
0.051692865769956874
1502 In expansion
right
0.002633570430965363
0.05123030835806295
13076 In expansion
motion
0.00042583399675815786
0.0503261344040796
9061 In expansion
hippocampus
0.0002767295024746835
0.0430971497501829
4610 In expansion
callosum
0.0018219056305889632
0.038550602358426424
895 In expansion
inferior frontal gyrus
0.0009901366882196475
0.03698251322457156
5245 In expansion
insula
0.00018882150082318128
0.0355850310702879
7050 In expansion
caudate
0.0007120358146410588
0.032242357159155174
3615 In expansion
temporal
0.0003221730710667691
0.03182499964974052
11897 In expansion
corpus
0.001735945883395766
0.031124598852411433
1153 In expansion
anterior
0.000807323498232702
0.029391816397640897
11200 In expansion
tract
0.003315629041939281
0.02889822519897194
1267 In expansion
superior
0.0006231572153159937
0.026379602782177592
9978 In expansion
parahippocampal
0.0003012371537173546
0.02607796688254549
3512 In expansion
fasciculus
0.002623304722851371
0.023843499843428442
652 In expansion
putamen
0.0003581880465497149
0.019238653818975625
3208 In expansion
precuneus
0.00016876591373265803
0.01846136963294972
5186 In expansion
lobe
0.0012473882169476425
0.015221188328293294
7551 In expansion
visual
0.00010640398224076612
0.015186696215341754
10448 In expansion
stg
0.0003093834753428792
0.014436787387925787
1459 In expansion
ifg
0.0007432887491293176
0.01393900197117306
2361 In expansion
corpus callosum
0.0014246046982422705
0.01282433148029663
740 In expansion
working memory
0.000572711455900043
0.01232829871480518
4424 In expansion
performance
0.005996545344333335
0.0
9105 In expansion
patient
0.011782287239728054
0.0
7859 In expansion
psychosis
0.003789950637480596
0.0
833 In expansion
post
0.004143121744716986
0.0
7142 In expansion
mild traumatic brain injury
0.014911521899384826
0.0
43 In expansion
mild
0.00806091707635182
0.0
1855 In expansion
tbi
0.05570840125289662
0.0
88 In expansion
symptom
0.004190129080812039
0.0
4491 In expansion
veterans
0.004264870536970026
0.0
263 In expansion
trauma
0.003373794727135907
0.0
1241 In expansion
traumatic
0.04254940985312954
0.0
923 In expansion
traumatic brain injury
0.0339284613463472
0.0
347 In expansion
schizophrenia
0.029537170327003776
0.0
2513 In expansion
reorganization
0.0035282894355008793
0.0
939 In expansion
spinal
0.006120228570887731
0.0
849 In expansion
spinal cord injury
0.0060997685791462026
0.0
44 In expansion
severe
0.0035501442620595423
0.0
2923 In expansion
severity
0.003479274978542109
0.0
2888 In expansion
cognitive
0.016351084821187536
0.0
11288 In expansion
concussion
0.011551391124569991
0.0
57 In expansion
chronic
0.004887824749137787
0.0
2326 In expansion
cord
0.005920013364565197
0.0
386 In expansion
activation
0.0040325085588423185
0.0
11932 In expansion
acute
0.005600009352774215
0.0
1567 In expansion
abnormal
0.003533757571229891
0.0
4726 In expansion
brain
0.019494576693358353
0.0
13395 In expansion
brain injury
0.00360387814587008
0.0
383 In expansion
axonal
0.004785731138080236
0.0
511 In expansion
injury
0.048343776129431484
0.0
2082 In expansion
head injury
1.0
0.0
883 In query
longitudinal
0.004072629119878493
0.0
2776 In expansion
magnetic
0.012552422385317463
0.0
9970 In expansion
learning
0.011397773108985619
0.0
5239 In expansion
function
0.004558536535831695
0.0
13363 In expansion
group
0.005856593748908821
0.0
12268 In expansion
fatigue
0.0038320464649864907
0.0
687 In expansion
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Diffusion tensor imaging in chronic head injury survivors: correlations with learning and memory indices
Research paper: Delayed and disorganised brain activation detected with magnetoencephalography after mild traumatic brain injury
Dissociations between behavioural and functional magnetic resonance imaging-based evaluations of cognitive function after brain injury
Traumatic brain injury affects the frontomedian cortex—An event-related fMRI study on evaluative judgments
Cognitive Improvement after Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Measured with Functional Neuroimaging during the Acute Period
Recovery of resting brain connectivity ensuing mild traumatic brain injury
Diverging volumetric trajectories following pediatric traumatic brain injury
Disruption of caudate working memory activation in chronic blast-related traumatic brain injury
Structural consequences of diffuse traumatic brain injury: A large deformation tensor-based morphometry study
Neural Activation during Response Inhibition Differentiates Blast from Mechanical Causes of Mild to Moderate Traumatic Brain Injury
Working Memory after Traumatic Brain Injury: The Neural Basis of Improved Performance with Methylphenidate
Neural correlates of self-evaluative accuracy after traumatic brain injury
Error-related processing following severe traumatic brain injury: An event-related functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) study
Long-term global and regional brain volume changes following severe traumatic brain injury: A longitudinal study with clinical correlates
Disrupted modular organization of resting-state cortical functional connectivity in U.S. military personnel following concussive ‘mild’ blast-related traumatic brain injury
A longitudinal fMRI study of working memory in severe TBI patients with diffuse axonal injury
Functional resting-state fMRI connectivity correlates with serum levels of the S100B protein in the acute phase of traumatic brain injury
Altered Cognitive Control Activations after Moderate-to-Severe Traumatic Brain Injury and Their Relationship to Injury Severity and Everyday-Life Function
Neuroimaging after mild traumatic brain injury: Review and meta-analysis
Prefrontal Compensatory Engagement in TBI is due to Altered Functional Engagement Of Existing Networks and not Functional Reorganization
Brain Activation while Thinking about the Self from Another Person’s Perspective after Traumatic Brain Injury in Adolescents
Encoding and Recognition after TBI: Neuropsychological and fMRI Findings
Gray matter volume and executive functioning correlate with time since injury following mild traumatic brain injury
The relationship of resting cerebral blood flow and brain activation during a social cognition task in adolescents with chronic moderate to severe traumatic brain injury: a preliminary investigation
Decision-making deficit of a patient with axonal damage after traumatic brain injury
Rehabilitation of Communicative Abilities in Patients with a History of TBI: Behavioral Improvements and Cerebral Changes in Resting-State Activity
Strategy‐based reasoning training modulates cortical thickness and resting‐state functional connectivity in adults with chronic traumatic brain injury†
Methylphenidate modulates sustained attention and cortical activation in survivors of traumatic brain injury: A perfusion fMRI study
Sex differences in orbitofrontal connectivity in male and female veterans with TBI
Self-initiated movements in chronic prefrontal traumatic brain injury: An event-related functional MRI study