Models that contain the Model Concept : Brain Tumor

(A brain tumor is a collection of abnormal cells in the brain. They may either be cancerous (malignant, dangerous) or noncancerous (benign, less dangerous but can still cause problems).)
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1.  Modeling brain dynamics in brain tumor patients using the Virtual Brain (Aerts et al 2018)
"Presurgical planning for brain tumor resection aims at delineating eloquent tissue in the vicinity of the lesion to spare during surgery. ... we simulated large-scale brain dynamics in 25 human brain tumor patients and 11 human control participants using The Virtual Brain, an open-source neuroinformatics platform. Local and global model parameters of the Reduced Wong–Wang model were individually optimized and compared between brain tumor patients and control subjects. In addition, the relationship between model parameters and structural network topology and cognitive performance was assessed. Results showed (1) significantly improved prediction accuracy of individual functional connectivity when using individually optimized model parameters; (2) local model parameters that can differentiate between regions directly affected by a tumor, regions distant from a tumor, and regions in a healthy brain; and (3) interesting associations between individually optimized model parameters and structural network topology and cognitive performance."

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