Basal ganglia-cortical interactions in Parkinsonian patients.
Parkinson's disease is a common and debilitating condition, caused by aberrant activity in a complex basal ganglia-thalamocortical circuit. Therapeutic advances rely on characterising interactions in this circuit. However, recording electrophysiological responses over the entire circuit is impractical. Dynamic causal modelling offers large-scale models of predictive value based on a limited or partial sampling of complex networks. Using dynamic causal modelling, we determined the network chan...Expand abstract
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