Role of modern neuroimaging in the studies of focal dystonia

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Presented is a detailed analysis of different modern neuroimaging technologies used for studying pathophysiological mechanisms and morpho-physiological substrate of primary focal dystonia. Main attention is paid to functional MRI and voxel-based morphometry. Various applications of these methods for the purposes of basic neurology and neurophysiology, as well as for control of the effects of ongoing treatment, are summarized and discussed.

 

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S. L. Timerbaeva

Research Center of Neurology, Russian Academy of Medical Sciences (Moscow)

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Email: platonova@neurology.ru
Russian Federation

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