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  • image/svg+xml Jakob Voss, based on art designer at PLoS, modified by Wikipedia users Nina and Beao Closed Access logo, derived from PLoS Open Access logo. This version with transparent background. http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Closed_Access_logo_transparent.svg Jakob Voss, based on art designer at PLoS, modified by Wikipedia users Nina and Beao
    Authors: Yizhen, Pan; Xuan, Li; Yuling, Liu; Xiaoyan, Jia; +7 Authors

    Abstract Mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) disrupts the integrity of white matter microstructure, which affects brain functional connectivity supporting cognitive function. Although the relationship between structural and functional connectivity (SC and FC), here called SC–FC coupling, has been studied on global level in brain disorders, the long-term disruption of SC–FC coupling in mTBI at regional scale was still unclear. The current study investigated the alteration pattern of regional SC–FC coupling in 104 acute mTBI patients (41 with 6–12 months of follow-up) and 56 healthy controls (HCs). SC and FC networks were constructed to measure regional, intra-network, and inter-network SC–FC coupling. Compared with HCs, acute mTBI exhibited altered SC–FC coupling of the sensorimotor network (SMN). The coupling laterality indicators of the SMN can identify mTBI from controls. The persistent SC–FC decoupling of the SMN and the additional decoupling of the default mode network (DMN) were observed in chronic mTBI. Crucially, decoupling of the SMN and DMN predicted better cognitive outcomes. The findings revealed the SC–FC coupling alternations exhibited hierarchical trend originating from the sensorimotor cortex to high-order cognitive regions with the progression of mTBI. The regional and hierarchical SC–FC coupling may be a prognostic biomarker to provide insights into the pathophysiology mechanism of mTBI.

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    Cerebral Cortex
    Article . 2023 . Peer-reviewed
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      image/svg+xml Jakob Voss, based on art designer at PLoS, modified by Wikipedia users Nina and Beao Closed Access logo, derived from PLoS Open Access logo. This version with transparent background. http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Closed_Access_logo_transparent.svg Jakob Voss, based on art designer at PLoS, modified by Wikipedia users Nina and Beao
      Cerebral Cortex
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    Authors: Shuang Geng; Ileana Quiñones; Santiago Gil-Robles; Iñigo Cristobal Pomposo Gastelu; +5 Authors

    Previous evidence suggests that distinct ventral and dorsal streams respectively underpin the semantic processing of object and action knowledge. Recently, we found that brain tumor patients with dorsal gliomas in frontoparietal hubs show a selective longitudinal compensation (post-vs. pre-surgery) during the retrieval of lexicosemantic information about actions (but not objects), indexed by power increases in beta rhythms (13–28 Hz). Here, we move one-step further and ask whether a similar organizational principle also stands across the different languages a bilingual speaks. To test this hypothesis, we combined a picture-naming task with MEG recordings and evaluated highly proficient Spanish-Basque bilinguals undergoing surgery for tumor resection in left frontoparietal regions. We assessed patients before and three months after surgery. At the behavioral level, we observed a similar performance across sessions irrespectively of the language at use, suggesting overall successful function preservation. At the oscillatory level, we found longitudinal selective power increases in beta for action naming in Spanish and Basque. Nevertheless, tumor resection triggered a differential reorganization of the L1 and the L2, with the latter one additionally recruiting the right hemisphere. Overall, our results provide evidence for (i) the specific involvement of frontoparietal regions in the semantic retrieval/representation of action knowledge across languages; (ii) a key role of beta oscillations as a signature of language compensation and (iii) the existence of divergent plasticity trajectories in L1 and L2 after surgery. By doing so, they provide new insights into the spectro-temporal dynamics supporting postoperative recovery in the bilingual brain. BERC 2022–2025 program and by the Spanish State Research Agency through BCBL Severo Ochoa excellence accreditation CEX 2020- 001010-S, by the Ikerbasque Foundation, the Fundaci´on Científica AECC (FCAECC) through the project PROYE20005CARR and by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation through the Plan Nacional RTI 2018-096216-A-I00 (MEGLIOMA) and PID 2021-123575OB-I00 (SCANCER) to LA, RTI 2018-093547-B-I00 (LangConn) to MC and IQ, and RTI 2018-096311-B-I00 to NM (TrainSynchro). Available online 25 January 2023

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    Neuropsychologia
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      Neuropsychologia
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    Authors: Slaby, Ryan Joseph; Cappa, Stefano; Cattaneo, Zaira;
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    Authors: Martí-Juan, Gerard; Sastre-Garriga, Jaume; Martinez-Heras, Eloy; Vidal-Jordana, Angela; +16 Authors

    Abstract The relationship between structural connectivity (SC) and functional connectivity (FC) captured from magnetic resonance imaging, as well as its interaction with disability and cognitive impairment, is not well understood in people with multiple sclerosis (pwMS). The Virtual Brain (TVB) is an open-source brain simulator for creating personalized brain models using SC and FC. The aim of this study was to explore SC–FC relationship in MS using TVB. Two different model regimes have been studied: stable and oscillatory, with the latter including conduction delays in the brain. The models were applied to 513 pwMS and 208 healthy controls (HC) from 7 different centers. Models were analyzed using structural damage, global diffusion properties, clinical disability, cognitive scores, and graph-derived metrics from both simulated and empirical FC. For the stable model, higher SC–FC coupling was associated with pwMS with low Single Digit Modalities Test (SDMT) score (F=3.48, P$\lt$0.05), suggesting that cognitive impairment in pwMS is associated with a higher SC–FC coupling. Differences in entropy of the simulated FC between HC, high and low SDMT groups (F=31.57, P$\lt$1e-5), show that the model captures subtle differences not detected in the empirical FC, suggesting the existence of compensatory and maladaptive mechanisms between SC and FC in MS.

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    Cerebral Cortex
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    Authors: Lulu, Cheng; Hongyu, Xi; Haiyan, Gu; Yanyan, Gao; +8 Authors

    Abstract Poststroke aphasia is an acquired language disorder and has been proven to have adverse effects on patients’ social skills and quality of life. However, there are some inconsistencies in the neuroimaging studies investigating poststroke aphasia from the perspective of regional alterations. A meta-analysis has been employed to examine the common pattern of abnormal regional spontaneous brain activity in poststroke aphasia in the current study. Specifically, the Anisotropic effect-size version of seed-based d mapping was utilized, and 237 poststroke aphasia patients and 242 healthy controls (HCs) from 12 resting-state functional magnetic resonance imaging studies using amplitude of low-frequency fluctuations (ALFF), fractional ALFF, or regional homogeneity were included. The results showed that compared with HCs, patients with poststroke aphasia demonstrated increased regional spontaneous brain activity in the right insula, right postcentral gyrus, left cerebellar lobule IX, left angular gyrus, right caudate nucleus, left parahippocampal gyrus, and right supplementary motor area, and decreased regional spontaneous brain activity in the left cerebellar lobule VI, left median cingulate and paracingulate gyri, right cerebellar crus I, and left supplementary motor area. The study could provide further evidence for pathophysiological mechanism of poststroke aphasia and help find targets for treatment.

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    Authors: Leontine Sandforth; Nermeen N. El-Agroudy; Andreas L. Birkenfeld;
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    Journal of Hepatology
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    Authors: Noah Lewis; Robyn Miller; Harshvardhan Gazula; Vince Calhoun;

    Abstract Deep learning has become an effective tool for classifying biological sex based on functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). However, research on what features within the brain are most relevant to this classification is still lacking. Model interpretability has become a powerful way to understand “black box” deep-learning models, and select features within the input data that are most relevant to the correct classification. However, very little work has been done employing these methods to understand the relationship between the temporal dimension of functional imaging signals and the classification of biological sex. Consequently, less attention has been paid to rectifying problems and limitations associated with feature explanation models, e.g. underspecification and instability. In this work, we first provide a methodology to limit the impact of underspecification on the stability of the measured feature importance. Then, using intrinsic connectivity networks from fMRI data, we provide a deep exploration of sex differences among functional brain networks. We report numerous conclusions, including activity differences in the visual and cognitive domains and major connectivity differences.

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      Cerebral Cortex
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    Authors: Helvacıoğlu, Didem; Güran, Tülay; Kırkgöz, Tarık; Atay, Zeynep; +7 Authors

    Central precocious puberty (CPP) in girls is a diagnosis increasingly made by the Pediatric Endocrinologists worldwide. Although it is most frequently of idiopathic origin, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the brain is recommended to rule out organic lesions causing CPP. However, controversy exists regarding the age limits for routinely performing MRI in girls with CPP. Objective: To evaluate the outcome of brain MRI in girls diagnosed with CPP and its relationship with age and clinical and biochemical parameters. Method: A single-center, study of 381 girls with CPP who had brain imaging performed between 2008-2018. The results of imaging were categorised as Group 1:Normal, Group 2: incidental CNS lesions, Group 3: previously known CNS lesions Group 4: newly identified CNS lesions. Clinical and biochemical features of four groups were compared. Additionally, MRI lesion frequency was determined based on three age categories (8 years) Results: MRI findings were abnormal in 73 patients (19%). 18 girls (4.7%) had well known brain pathologies at the time of referral. In the remaining 363 girls with CPP, who had no CNS symptoms, MRI revealed CNS abnormalities in 55 girls. In 34 girls (8.9%) MRI findings were considered as incidental findings, which were not related to the early puberty. Another 21 girls (5.5%) had newly identified MRI abnormalities which were considered to be causally related to CPP. Among these, 19 lesions were non-neoplastic and included arachnoid cysts (6) pineal cysts (4) hydrocephaly (2) Chiari Type2 malformation (1) Dandy-Walker malformation(1) and others (5) not requiring surgical intervention during follow-up. There were only 2 tumoral lesions (0.5%) in the cohort (1 hamartoma and 1 glioma) and they required surgical intervention. These two cases were the youngest of the entire cohort (1.0 and 2.7 years of age respectively) and had the highest baseline LH and Estradiol levels. Otherwise, clinical and biochemical parameters were similar in 4 groups. Newly identified CNS lesions were detected throughout all ages including those above 8 years (Table). Conclusion: Although CNS lesions can be detected throughout all age categories in girls with CPP, only 5.5 % are causally related and most of them do not require intervention. CPP due to neoplastic lesions are detected in younger patients who also had a robust activation of pituitary-gonadal axis.

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    Authors: Nobuya Abe; Kodai Sakiyama; Yuichiro Fujieda; Khin K. Tha; +6 Authors

    ABSTRACTAberrant resting-state static functional connectivity of the brain regions, which could be evaluated by functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), affects clinical courses in inflammatory arthritis (IA) including rheumatoid arthritis and spondyloarthritis. This static methods for assessing brain functional connections would be too simple to estimate the whole picture of resting-state brain function because it fluctuates over time. The effects of resting-state brain connectivity dynamics for clinical course are unknown in patients with IA. Therefore, we aimed to evaluate dynamic functional connectivity for clinical courses of IA in the context of therapeutic responsiveness to biologics using resting-state fMRI data of 64 patients with IA consisting of two cohorts. We determined representative whole-brain dynamic functional connectivity patterns by k-means++ cluster analysis, and evaluated the association of their occurrence probability and therapeutic outcomes with biologics. We determined four distinct clusters of dynamic functional connectivity in IA patients. In the first cohort, occurrence probability of the distinct cluster was associated with favorable therapeutic response in disease activity and patients’ global assessment. This finding was validated by the second cohort. The whole-brain functional coordination of the cluster indicated significantly increased corticocortical connectivity, and probabilistically decreased after therapy in treatment-effective patients compared to -ineffective patients. In conclusion, dynamic functional connectivity, in particular, frequent emergence of corticocortical connections was associated with clinical outcomes in patients with IA. The coherence of corticocortical interactions might affect modulation of pain, which would be relevant to therapeutic satisfaction.SUMMARYEffects of resting-state dynamic connectivity on clinical course of inflammatory arthritis regarding therapeutic responsiveness to biologics were assessed by functional magnetic resonance.Occurrence probability of corticocortical functional connectivity pattern was associated with favorable therapeutic response in disease activity and patients’ global assessment in inflammatory arthritis.

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    Authors: Kylie Isenburg; Thomas M Morin; Maya L Rosen; David C Somers; +1 Authors

    Abstract Studies have identified several brain regions whose activations facilitate attentional deployment via long-term memories. We analyzed task-based functional connectivity at the network and node-specific level to characterize large-scale communication between brain regions underlying long-term memory guided attention. We predicted default mode, cognitive control, and dorsal attention subnetworks would contribute differentially to long-term memory guided attention, such that network-level connectivity would shift based on attentional demands, requiring contribution of memory-specific nodes within default mode and cognitive control subnetworks. We expected that these nodes would increase connectivity with one another and with dorsal attention subnetworks during long-term memory guided attention. Additionally, we hypothesized connectivity between cognitive control and dorsal attention subnetworks facilitating external attentional demands. Our results identified both network-based and node-specific interactions that facilitate different components of LTM-guided attention, suggesting a crucial role across the posterior precuneus and restrosplenial cortex, acting independently from the divisions of default mode and cognitive control subnetworks. We found a gradient of precuneus connectivity, with dorsal precuneus connecting to cognitive control and dorsal attention regions, and ventral precuneus connecting across all subnetworks. Additionally, retrosplenial cortex showed increased connectivity across subnetworks. We suggest that connectivity from dorsal posterior midline regions is critical for the integration of external information with internal memory that facilitates long-term memory guided attention.

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    Authors: Yizhen, Pan; Xuan, Li; Yuling, Liu; Xiaoyan, Jia; +7 Authors

    Abstract Mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) disrupts the integrity of white matter microstructure, which affects brain functional connectivity supporting cognitive function. Although the relationship between structural and functional connectivity (SC and FC), here called SC–FC coupling, has been studied on global level in brain disorders, the long-term disruption of SC–FC coupling in mTBI at regional scale was still unclear. The current study investigated the alteration pattern of regional SC–FC coupling in 104 acute mTBI patients (41 with 6–12 months of follow-up) and 56 healthy controls (HCs). SC and FC networks were constructed to measure regional, intra-network, and inter-network SC–FC coupling. Compared with HCs, acute mTBI exhibited altered SC–FC coupling of the sensorimotor network (SMN). The coupling laterality indicators of the SMN can identify mTBI from controls. The persistent SC–FC decoupling of the SMN and the additional decoupling of the default mode network (DMN) were observed in chronic mTBI. Crucially, decoupling of the SMN and DMN predicted better cognitive outcomes. The findings revealed the SC–FC coupling alternations exhibited hierarchical trend originating from the sensorimotor cortex to high-order cognitive regions with the progression of mTBI. The regional and hierarchical SC–FC coupling may be a prognostic biomarker to provide insights into the pathophysiology mechanism of mTBI.

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    Authors: Shuang Geng; Ileana Quiñones; Santiago Gil-Robles; Iñigo Cristobal Pomposo Gastelu; +5 Authors

    Previous evidence suggests that distinct ventral and dorsal streams respectively underpin the semantic processing of object and action knowledge. Recently, we found that brain tumor patients with dorsal gliomas in frontoparietal hubs show a selective longitudinal compensation (post-vs. pre-surgery) during the retrieval of lexicosemantic information about actions (but not objects), indexed by power increases in beta rhythms (13–28 Hz). Here, we move one-step further and ask whether a similar organizational principle also stands across the different languages a bilingual speaks. To test this hypothesis, we combined a picture-naming task with MEG recordings and evaluated highly proficient Spanish-Basque bilinguals undergoing surgery for tumor resection in left frontoparietal regions. We assessed patients before and three months after surgery. At the behavioral level, we observed a similar performance across sessions irrespectively of the language at use, suggesting overall successful function preservation. At the oscillatory level, we found longitudinal selective power increases in beta for action naming in Spanish and Basque. Nevertheless, tumor resection triggered a differential reorganization of the L1 and the L2, with the latter one additionally recruiting the right hemisphere. Overall, our results provide evidence for (i) the specific involvement of frontoparietal regions in the semantic retrieval/representation of action knowledge across languages; (ii) a key role of beta oscillations as a signature of language compensation and (iii) the existence of divergent plasticity trajectories in L1 and L2 after surgery. By doing so, they provide new insights into the spectro-temporal dynamics supporting postoperative recovery in the bilingual brain. BERC 2022–2025 program and by the Spanish State Research Agency through BCBL Severo Ochoa excellence accreditation CEX 2020- 001010-S, by the Ikerbasque Foundation, the Fundaci´on Científica AECC (FCAECC) through the project PROYE20005CARR and by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation through the Plan Nacional RTI 2018-096216-A-I00 (MEGLIOMA) and PID 2021-123575OB-I00 (SCANCER) to LA, RTI 2018-093547-B-I00 (LangConn) to MC and IQ, and RTI 2018-096311-B-I00 to NM (TrainSynchro). Available online 25 January 2023

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