Affiliation: University of Essen
- A review of differences between basal ganglia and cerebellar control of movements as revealed by functional imaging studiesM Jueptner
Department of Psychiatry, University Clinics, Essen, Germany
Brain 121:1437-49. 1998..They may be concerned with movement/ muscle selection (efferent motor component); the neocerebellum may be concerned with monitoring the outcome (afferent sensory component) and optimizing movements using sensory (feedback) information...
- Motor system: cortex, basal ganglia, and cerebellumM Jueptner
Departments of Psychiatry and Neurology, University of Essen, Essen, Germany
Neuroimaging Clin N Am 11:203-19, viii. 2001..Emphasis is on the relationship between the cortical motor areas, the basal ganglia, and the cerebellum...
- [Delusional depression as differential dementia of the Alzheimer type diagnosis]M Jüptner
Klinik fur Psychiatrie und Psychotherapie, Universitatsklinikum Essen, Rheinische Kliniken, Virchowstrasse 174, 45147 Essen
Nervenarzt 73:468-70. 2002..Standardized and differential diagnoses of dementias are necessary for an antidementive therapy as well as for the detection of potentially curable diseases...
- Reorganization of sensory and motor systems in hemiplegic stroke patients. A positron emission tomography studyG Nelles
Department of Neurology, University of Essen, Germany
Stroke 30:1510-6. 1999..We used positron emission tomography to study the functional reorganization of motor and sensory systems in hemiplegic stroke patients before motor recovery...
- Arm training induced brain plasticity in stroke studied with serial positron emission tomographyG Nelles
Neurologisches Therapiezentrum Essen, University of Essen, Essen, Germany
Neuroimage 13:1146-54. 2001..Five normal subjects showed no statistical significant differences between two separate PET studies. In this group of patients, task-oriented arm training induced functional brain reorganization in bilateral sensory and motor systems...