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Experimental cerebral palsy causes microstructural brain damage in areas associated to motor deficits but no spatial memory impairments in the developing rat

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Carvalho, A S
Toulotte, A
Wyse, A T
Netto, C A
Published in Brain Research. 2021, vol. 1761, 147389
Abstract Cerebral palsy (CP) is the major cause of motor and cognitive impairments during childhood. CP can result from direct or indirect structural injury to the developing brain. In this study, we aimed to describe brain damage and behavioural alterations during early adult life in a CP model using the combination of maternal inflammation, perinatal anoxia and postnatal sensorimotor restriction.
Keywords Cerebral palsyInflammationAnoxiaSensorimotor restrictionBrain damageDiffusion Tensor Imaging
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PMID: 33639200
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Research group L'imagerie cérébrale (184)
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SANCHEZ, Oliver Lope et al. Experimental cerebral palsy causes microstructural brain damage in areas associated to motor deficits but no spatial memory impairments in the developing rat. In: Brain Research, 2021, vol. 1761, p. 147389. doi: 10.1016/j.brainres.2021.147389 https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:157744

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