Eunji Kim

Eunji Kim
Kyungpook National University | KNU · Medical & Biological Engineering

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Objective: Recent studies highlighted the triple-network model which illustrated the interactions among three large-scale networks including salience network (SN). The functional magnetic resonance imaging used in this study was designed to investigate the characteristics of three large-scale networks associated with the thought-action fusion (TAF...
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Changes in the brain with age can provide useful information regarding an individual’s chronological age. studies have suggested that functional connectomes identified via resting-state functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) could be a powerful feature for predicting an individual’s age. We applied connectome-based predictive modeling (CPM) t...
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Background Synthetic MRI is a time-efficient imaging technique that provides both quantitative MRI and contrast-weighted images simultaneously. However, a rather long single scan time can be challenging for children. Objective To evaluate the clinical feasibility of time-saving synthetic MRI protocols adjusted for echo train length and receiver ba...
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Purpose To validate the use of synthetic magnetic resonance imaging (SyMRI) volumetry by comparing with child-optimized SPM 12 volumetry in 3 T pediatric neuroimaging. Methods In total, 106 children aged 4.7–18.7 years who underwent both synthetic and 3D T1-weighted imaging and had no abnormal imaging/neurologic findings were included for the SyMR...
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Objective: Thought-action fusion (TAF), one of the most-studied dysfunctional beliefs in obsessive-compulsive disorder, represents an individual's belief that his/her thoughts directly influence events. TAF belief types are divided into personal thoughts relating to positive (positive TAF) and negative outcomes (negative TAF). However, the neural...
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Spinal cord injury (SCI) can cause motor, sensory, and autonomic dysfunctions and may affect the cerebral functions. However, the mechanisms of plastic changes in the brain according to SCI severity remain poorly understood. Therefore, in the current study, we compared the brain activity of the entire neural network according to severity of SCI usi...
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Objective: Although cognitive models of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) fall into two categories: cognitive deficit models and dysfunctional belief models, these approaches have their own ways and have hardly been reconciled. Therefore, this study aimed to investigate the potential relationships between cognitive deficit (using the Wisconsin C...
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Thought-action fusion (TAF) is a tendency of individuals to establish causal relations between their own thoughts and external reality. TAF can lead to maladaptive behaviors typically observed in obsessional thoughts. However, neural mechanisms underlying TAF are still unknown. In this study, 38 healthy men were informed that MR signals were able t...
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Rationale: Cortical deafness is a rare auditory dysfunction caused by damage to brain auditory networks. The aim was to report alterations of functional connectivity in intrinsic auditory, motor, and sensory networks in a cortical deafness patient. Patient concerns: A 41-year-old woman suffered a right putaminal hemorrhage. Eight years earlier,...
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Background: The usage of multichannel brain MRI coils, which have several advantages over single-channel brain coils used for stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS), requires a frame adapter device to fit the frames inside the multichannel brain coils. However, such a frame adapter has not been developed until now. Objective: to develop an SRS frame ad...
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Background Cognitive theories of obsessive–compulsive disorder (OCD) stress the importance of dysfunctional beliefs in the development and maintenance of the disorder. However, a neurobiological understanding of these cognitive models, including thought-action fusion (TAF), is surprisingly lacking. Thus, this functional magnetic resonance imaging s...
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Background The mechanisms by which mobility function and neuropathic pain are mutually influenced by supraspinal plasticity in motor- and pain-related brain networks following spinal cord injury (SCI) remains poorly understood. Objective To determine cortical and subcortical resting-state network alterations using power spectral density (PSD) anal...
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An increased understanding of how odors are processed in the central nervous system may provide comprehensive information about the neural basis of odor-related behavior and learning. In this study, we investigated how different odors are processed from the olfactory bulb to the deep cerebral structures through various olfactory pathways. To do thi...
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Background: Thought-action fusion (TAF) represents an individual's belief that a thought is like action. Inflated TAF has been considered a central mechanism for developing obsessive thoughts. However, the neural mechanisms underlying TAF are yet unknown. Methods: We recruited 32 healthy men to participate in a functional magnetic resonance imag...

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