Key clinical point: Measures of volume in specific brain regions correlate with clinical symptoms.
Major finding: Basal ganglia volume showed the highest variable importance with regards to classifying subjects who exhibited symptoms of cognitive dysfunction.
Study details: Medical record review of 44 patients with TBI.
Disclosures: Dr. Diaz-Arrastia received personal compensation from Neural Analytics, Inc, BrainBox Solutions, Inc, and Bioscience Pharma Partners. Dr. Diaz-Arrastia holds stock and/or stock options in Neural Analytics, Inc. and has received research support from BrainBox Solutions. The other authors reported not having anything to disclose.
Rock J et al. AAN 2019. Abstract S2.006.
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