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Traumatic Brain Injury & IRM fonctionnelle

Pourquoi et comment étudier les conséquences focntionnelles des commotions cérébrales ?

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Episode 18
41 min / Published

Tristan Delion, ostéopathe diplômé de l'University College of Osteopathy (UK), raconte comment il s'est retrouvé à étudier des IRM fonctionnels captés chez des rugbymen professionnels afin d'évaluer s'il y a des séquelles à long terme suite aux chocs répétés sur la tête.

Musique d'intro : Monsterslayer par Muza Production/Jamendo - stock.adobe.com

Musique de fin : Epic Rock par Alex Grohl

Références utiles : 

  • Karl A Zimmerman, Etienne Laverse, Ravjeet Samra, Maria Yanez Lopez, Amy E Jolly, Niall J Bourke, Neil S N Graham, Maneesh C Patel, John Hardy, Simon Kemp, Huw R Morris, David J Sharp, White matter abnormalities in active elite adult rugby players, Brain Communications, Volume 3, Issue 3, 2021, fcab133
  • Malec JF, Brown AW, Leibson CL, Flaada JT, Mandrekar JN, Diehl NN, Perkins PK. The mayo classification system for traumatic brain injury severity. J Neurotrauma. 2007 Sep;24(9):1417-24.
  • Fostering reproducible fMRI research. Nat Commun 8, 14748 (2017).

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This episode is part of the Traumatic Brain Injury | Tristan Delion series
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