Session

15.03.2018     14:15–15:15

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Postersitzung

15.03.2018
14:15–15:15

Titel:
Freie Themen
Art:
Postersitzung


PB1 Functional network alterations in multisystem atrophy (MSA)
Martin Gorges (Ulm)



PB2 Beneficial Effects of intensive speech-language therapy or virtual dance training on mobility deficits in patients with Parkinson"s disease (PD)
Anne Dorothée Rösch (Basel/CH)



PB3 Pharyngeal Electrical Stimulation in neurointensive care patients suffering from severe post-stroke dysphagia – post stimulation increase of salivary substance P level may indicate treatment success
Paul Muhle (Münster)



PB4 In vivo analysis of hippocampal vascularization patterns in patients with cerebral amyloid angiopathy: a 7T Time-of-Flight MR-Angiography study
Anastasia Priester (Magdeburg)



PB5 Perspective Taking During Laughter Perception
Dirk Wildgruber (Tübingen)



PB6 A new motor threshold criterion for intraoperative corticobulbar MEP can predict postoperative facial nerve function
Andrea Szelényi (München)



PB7 Comparison of three different fMRI paradigms for language mapping
Charlotte Nettekoven (Köln)



PB8 Methylphenidate modulates gain modulation processes during competitive auditory attention in a dose-response fashion
Nico Adelhöfer (Dresden)



PB9 The "functional magnetic resonance imaging" (fMRI) as a meaningful tool for the differentiation of sexual preferences.
Jan Lucas Kunath (Kiel)



PB10 Apraxic deficits in sub-acute right hemisphere stroke result from deficient allo-centric visuo-spatial processing
Simon D. Ubben (Jülich)



P1 The carpal tunnel syndrome – a chronic pain disorder with psychiatric comorbidity
Martha Martin (Lauterbach)



P2  Spatial and Temporal Changes of Electrical Cortical Activity Induced by Self-initiated Finger Tapping
Astrid Knauth (Kiel)



P3 Transtemporal investigation of brain parenchyma elasticity using 2-D shear wave elastography: Definition of age-matched normal values
Christopher Lang (Augsburg)



P5 Virtual lesion model to investigate dysphagia resulting from pharyngeal hypesthesia in healthy volunteers
Paul Muhle (Münster)



P6 Toward optimized nonlinear deformation algorithms for subcortical DBS target regions in human brain MRI
Siobhan Ewert (Berlin, Boston/US)



P7 EEG Changes in a Patient with Intracerebral Dilatative Angiopathy and Multiple Intracerebral Aneurysms – A Case Report
Annika Milby (Darmstadt)



P8 Relationship of fornix white matter microstructure and memory function in older adults.
Dayana Hayek (Greifswald)



P9 Dysphagia affecting quality of life in cerebellar ataxia – a large survey
Maria Rönnefarth (Berlin)



P10 "Clustered sparse" fMRI using simultaneous multislice excitation in language mapping.
Phillip Keil (Köln)



P11 Differential diagnosis of acute psychosyndrome and seizure
Milos Nikolic (Brandenburg an der Havel)



P12 Determining gait parameter thresholds to identify pathological walking patterns
Julian Decker (München)



P13 Semi-automatic, machine-learning based segmentation of peripheral nerves for quantitative morphometry: comparison of low- and high-resolution MR neurography
Olivier Scheidegger (Bern/CH)



P14 Sodium magnetic resonance imaging in Friedreich ataxia – a preliminary study
Janna Susanna Krahe (Aachen, Jülich)



P15 Multimodal Mapping of Nerve Pathology with a Multichannel Approach
Franziska Weitkamp (Kiel)



P16 Overlap Myositis in Felty Syndrome with mitochondrial affection
Ilka Schneider (Halle)



P17 Impaired auditory attention in adolescents with developmental dyslexia
Katharina Rufener (Magdeburg)



P18 Effekte von Perampanel auf die Gliom-assoziierte Epilepsie
Falko Lange (Rostock)



P19 Vigilance regulation pattern in children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and depression measured by electroencephalography (EEG)
Christoph Berger (Rostock)



P20 Disentangling the effect of pre-stimulus oscillatory power on visual detection using spatio-spectral decomposition and heterogeneous choice models.
Gunnar Waterstraat (Berlin)



P21 Neural correlates of cognitive control in motor processes
Andrea Kühn (Berlin), Wolf-Julian Neumann (Berlin)



P22 Long-term course of progression of clinical ocular motor signs in progressive supranuclear palsy
Andreas Zwergal (München)



P23 Does visual attentional performance determine working memory capacity?
Alina Graf (Bonn, Magdeburg)



P24 Psychology of Monosynaptic T (tendon) and H (Hoffmann) Reflexes (MSR) – History, Results and Relevance
Bernd Sczesni (Bochum)



P25 Time specific Neuronal Activation and its Association with Cognitive Control over Emotions
Anja Sommer (Tübingen)



P26  Prevalence and risk factors of intracranial arterial stenosis in a population-based sample
Anselm Angermaier (Greifswald)



P27 The fasting hormone FGF21-an alternative therapy for Alzheimer´s disease?
Angela Kuhla (Rostock)



P28 The functional role of the anterior intraparietal sulcus for recovery of hand function in chronic stroke patients – a combined fMRI-TMS study
Fabian Lange (Köln)



P29 Differential linear and nonlinear brain activation for probabilistic aversive outcomes in pathological gamblers and controls
Adrian Tadeusz Lehrke (Kiel)



P30 A novel application of the Phase-lag-Index in functional connectivity research
Jan Guy Bogaarts (Basel/CH)



P31 Gait disturbance in patients with orthostatic tremor
Ken Möhwald (München)



P32 Improved reliabilty of intraoperative language mapping through preoperative nTMS and baseline linguistic scores
Ina Bährend (Berlin)



P33 Stable microsaccades and microsaccade-induced alpha band phase reset across the life span
Ying Gao (Magdeburg)



P34 Working Memory for Faces in Congenital Prosopagnosia – Altered Neural Representations in the Fusiform Face Area
Alexa Haeger (Aachen)



P35 Cortico-striatal Functional connectivity in Huntington"s disease measured with high-field functional MRI – a biomarker for Disease progression?
Martin Kronenbürger (Greifswald, Baltimore/US)