Altered physiological brain variation in drug-resistant epilepsy

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Altered physiological brain variation in drug-resistant epilepsy. / Kananen, Janne; Tuovinen, Timo; Ansakorpi, Hanna; Rytky, Seppo; Helakari, Heta; Huotari, Niko; Raitamaa, Lauri; Raatikainen, Ville; Rasila, Aleksi; Borchardt, Viola; Korhonen, Vesa; LeVan, Pierre; Nedergaard, Maiken; Kiviniemi, Vesa.

I: Brain and Behavior, Bind 8, Nr. 9, e01090, 2018, s. 1-17.

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Kananen, J, Tuovinen, T, Ansakorpi, H, Rytky, S, Helakari, H, Huotari, N, Raitamaa, L, Raatikainen, V, Rasila, A, Borchardt, V, Korhonen, V, LeVan, P, Nedergaard, M & Kiviniemi, V 2018, 'Altered physiological brain variation in drug-resistant epilepsy', Brain and Behavior, bind 8, nr. 9, e01090, s. 1-17. https://doi.org/10.1002/brb3.1090

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Kananen, J., Tuovinen, T., Ansakorpi, H., Rytky, S., Helakari, H., Huotari, N., ... Kiviniemi, V. (2018). Altered physiological brain variation in drug-resistant epilepsy. Brain and Behavior, 8(9), 1-17. [e01090]. https://doi.org/10.1002/brb3.1090

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Kananen J, Tuovinen T, Ansakorpi H, Rytky S, Helakari H, Huotari N o.a. Altered physiological brain variation in drug-resistant epilepsy. Brain and Behavior. 2018;8(9):1-17. e01090. https://doi.org/10.1002/brb3.1090

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Kananen, Janne ; Tuovinen, Timo ; Ansakorpi, Hanna ; Rytky, Seppo ; Helakari, Heta ; Huotari, Niko ; Raitamaa, Lauri ; Raatikainen, Ville ; Rasila, Aleksi ; Borchardt, Viola ; Korhonen, Vesa ; LeVan, Pierre ; Nedergaard, Maiken ; Kiviniemi, Vesa. / Altered physiological brain variation in drug-resistant epilepsy. I: Brain and Behavior. 2018 ; Bind 8, Nr. 9. s. 1-17.

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title = "Altered physiological brain variation in drug-resistant epilepsy",
abstract = "INTRODUCTION: Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) combined with simultaneous electroencephalography (EEG-fMRI) has become a major tool in mapping epilepsy sources. In the absence of detectable epileptiform activity, the resting state fMRI may still detect changes in the blood oxygen level-dependent signal, suggesting intrinsic alterations in the underlying brain physiology.METHODS: In this study, we used coefficient of variation (CV) of critically sampled 10 Hz ultra-fast fMRI (magnetoencephalography, MREG) signal to compare physiological variance between healthy controls (n = 10) and patients (n = 10) with drug-resistant epilepsy (DRE).RESULTS: We showed highly significant voxel-level (p < 0.01, TFCE-corrected) increase in the physiological variance in DRE patients. At individual level, the elevations range over three standard deviations (σ) above the control mean (μ) CVMREG values solely in DRE patients, enabling patient-specific mapping of elevated physiological variance. The most apparent differences in group-level analysis are found on white matter, brainstem, and cerebellum. Respiratory (0.12-0.4 Hz) and very-low-frequency (VLF = 0.009-0.1 Hz) signal variances were most affected.CONCLUSIONS: The CVMREG increase was not explained by head motion or physiological cardiorespiratory activity, that is, it seems to be linked to intrinsic physiological pulsations. We suggest that intrinsic brain pulsations play a role in DRE and that critically sampled fMRI may provide a powerful tool for their identification.",
author = "Janne Kananen and Timo Tuovinen and Hanna Ansakorpi and Seppo Rytky and Heta Helakari and Niko Huotari and Lauri Raitamaa and Ville Raatikainen and Aleksi Rasila and Viola Borchardt and Vesa Korhonen and Pierre LeVan and Maiken Nedergaard and Vesa Kiviniemi",
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T1 - Altered physiological brain variation in drug-resistant epilepsy

AU - Kananen, Janne

AU - Tuovinen, Timo

AU - Ansakorpi, Hanna

AU - Rytky, Seppo

AU - Helakari, Heta

AU - Huotari, Niko

AU - Raitamaa, Lauri

AU - Raatikainen, Ville

AU - Rasila, Aleksi

AU - Borchardt, Viola

AU - Korhonen, Vesa

AU - LeVan, Pierre

AU - Nedergaard, Maiken

AU - Kiviniemi, Vesa

N1 - © 2018 The Authors. Brain and Behavior published by Wiley Periodicals, Inc.

PY - 2018

Y1 - 2018

N2 - INTRODUCTION: Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) combined with simultaneous electroencephalography (EEG-fMRI) has become a major tool in mapping epilepsy sources. In the absence of detectable epileptiform activity, the resting state fMRI may still detect changes in the blood oxygen level-dependent signal, suggesting intrinsic alterations in the underlying brain physiology.METHODS: In this study, we used coefficient of variation (CV) of critically sampled 10 Hz ultra-fast fMRI (magnetoencephalography, MREG) signal to compare physiological variance between healthy controls (n = 10) and patients (n = 10) with drug-resistant epilepsy (DRE).RESULTS: We showed highly significant voxel-level (p < 0.01, TFCE-corrected) increase in the physiological variance in DRE patients. At individual level, the elevations range over three standard deviations (σ) above the control mean (μ) CVMREG values solely in DRE patients, enabling patient-specific mapping of elevated physiological variance. The most apparent differences in group-level analysis are found on white matter, brainstem, and cerebellum. Respiratory (0.12-0.4 Hz) and very-low-frequency (VLF = 0.009-0.1 Hz) signal variances were most affected.CONCLUSIONS: The CVMREG increase was not explained by head motion or physiological cardiorespiratory activity, that is, it seems to be linked to intrinsic physiological pulsations. We suggest that intrinsic brain pulsations play a role in DRE and that critically sampled fMRI may provide a powerful tool for their identification.

AB - INTRODUCTION: Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) combined with simultaneous electroencephalography (EEG-fMRI) has become a major tool in mapping epilepsy sources. In the absence of detectable epileptiform activity, the resting state fMRI may still detect changes in the blood oxygen level-dependent signal, suggesting intrinsic alterations in the underlying brain physiology.METHODS: In this study, we used coefficient of variation (CV) of critically sampled 10 Hz ultra-fast fMRI (magnetoencephalography, MREG) signal to compare physiological variance between healthy controls (n = 10) and patients (n = 10) with drug-resistant epilepsy (DRE).RESULTS: We showed highly significant voxel-level (p < 0.01, TFCE-corrected) increase in the physiological variance in DRE patients. At individual level, the elevations range over three standard deviations (σ) above the control mean (μ) CVMREG values solely in DRE patients, enabling patient-specific mapping of elevated physiological variance. The most apparent differences in group-level analysis are found on white matter, brainstem, and cerebellum. Respiratory (0.12-0.4 Hz) and very-low-frequency (VLF = 0.009-0.1 Hz) signal variances were most affected.CONCLUSIONS: The CVMREG increase was not explained by head motion or physiological cardiorespiratory activity, that is, it seems to be linked to intrinsic physiological pulsations. We suggest that intrinsic brain pulsations play a role in DRE and that critically sampled fMRI may provide a powerful tool for their identification.

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