Jaume Banús

Jaume Banús
National Institute for Research in Computer Science and Control | INRIA · ASCLEPIOS - Analysis and Simulation of Biomedical Images Research Team

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Clinical studies have identified several cardiovascular risk factors associated to dementia and cardiac pathologies, but their pathological interaction remains poorly understood. Classically, the investigation of the heart-brain relationship is mostly carried out through statistical analysis exploring the association between cardiac indicators and...
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Initiatives such as the UK Biobank provide joint cardiac and brain imaging information for thousands of individuals, representing a unique opportunity to study the relationship between heart and brain. Most of research on large multimodal databases has been focusing on studying the associations among the available measurements by means of univariat...
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Heart and brain are linked by means of pathophysiological and physiological mechanisms sharing several risk factors (Doehner, W. et al. 2018). Clinical evidence supports a common underlying cardiovascular pathophysiology relating cardiac function and brain damage (Moroni, F. et al. 2018). Nevertheless, heart and brain have usually been studied inde...
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The use of mechanistic models in clinical studies is limited by the lack of multi-modal patients data representing different anatomical and physiological processes. For example, neuroimaging datasets do not provide a sufficient representation of heart features for the modeling of cardiovascular factors in brain disorders. To tackle this problem we...
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The use of mechanistic models in clinical studies is limited by the lack of multi-modal patients data representing different anatomical and physiological processes. For example, neuroimaging datasets do not provide a sufficient representation of heart features for the modeling of cardiovascular factors in brain disorders. To tackle this problem we...
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Right heart catheterisation is considered as the gold standard for the assessment of patients with suspected pulmonary hypertension. It provides clinicians with meaningful data, such as pulmonary capillary wedge pressure and pulmonary vascular resistance, however its usage is limited due to its invasive nature. Non-invasive alternatives, like Doppl...
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Cerebrovascular diseases have been associated with a variety of heart diseases like heart failure or atrial fibrillation, however the mechanistic relationship between these pathologies is largely unknown. Until now, the study of the underlying heart-brain link has been challenging due to the lack of databases containing data from both organs. Curre...
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Introduction It has been extensively shown that the insurgence of dementia and cognitive decline is strongly tied to the presence of stroke and brain vascular damage. However, while hypertension is a major risk factor for stroke, the relationship between cardiac abnormalities such as high blood pressure or arrhythmias, with dementia still needs to...
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Scientists and clinicians have traditionally targeted single brain regions with stimulation to modulate brain function and disease. However, brain regions do not operate in isolation, but interact with other regions through networks. As such, stimulation of one region may impact and be impacted by other regions in its network. Here we test whether...
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Ablative techniques based on irreversible electroporation (IRE) have emerged as an effective cancer therapy. In these treatments electrical pulses are delivered in order to induce irrecoverable damage to the cell membranes, thus, causing cell death. An interesting feature of electroporation treatments is the capability to predict shape and extensio...

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