Universitair Psychiatrisch Centrum KU Leuven
54 papers found
Virtual brain grafting: Enabling whole brain parcellation in the presence of large lesions
Structural changes induced by electroconvulsive therapy are associated with clinical outcome
The relationship between neuroimaging and motor outcome in children with cerebral palsy: A systematic review—Part B diffusion imaging and tractography
Electric field causes volumetric changes in the human brain
Association between hippocampal volume change and change in memory following electroconvulsive therapy in late‐life depression
Cortisol is not associated with pre-treatment medial temporal lobe volume or volume changes after electroconvulsive therapy in patients with late-life depression
Brain Changes Induced by Electroconvulsive Therapy Are Broadly Distributed
Electroconvulsive therapy response in late-life depression unaffected by age-related brain changes
Exploring resting state connectivity in patients with psychotic depression
Reduced tendency to attribute mental states to abstract shapes in behavioral variant frontotemporal dementia links with cerebellar structural integrity
Long-term neurocognitive functioning after electroconvulsive therapy in patients with late-life depression
Neurodevelopmental subtypes of bipolar disorder are related to cortical folding patterns: An international multicenter study
Meta-analysis of regional white matter volume in bipolar disorder with replication in an independent sample using coordinates, T-maps, and individual MRI data
Corpus callosum macro and microstructure in late-life depression
No Association of Lower Hippocampal Volume With Alzheimer’s Disease Pathology in Late-Life Depression
Anatomical integration and rich-club connectivity in euthymic bipolar disorder
White matter microstructure and volitional motor activity in schizophrenia: A diffusion kurtosis imaging study
Recovery from chemotherapy-induced white matter changes in young breast cancer survivors?
[ResPECT - a decade of Flemish-Dutch ECT research].
The Global ECT-MRI Research Collaboration (GEMRIC): Establishing a multi-site investigation of the neural mechanisms underlying response to electroconvulsive therapy
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