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Decrease of mutual information in brain electrical activity of patients with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis.

Abstract : The disturbance of cortical communication has been hypothesized as an important factor in the appearance of cognitive impairment in (MS). Cortical communication is quantified here in control subjects and patients with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS) on the basis of mean coherence in the δ, θ, α, β and γ bands and using mutual information computed between pairs of bipolar EEG signals recorded during resting condition. Each patient received also a cognitive assessment using a battery of neuropsychological tests specific to cognitive deficits in MS. No difference was observed for the coherence indices whereas inter-hemispheric and right hemisphere mutual information is significantly lower in patients with MS than in control subjects. Moreover, inter-hemispheric mutual information decrease significantly with illness duration and right mutual information differentiate cognitively deficient and non-deficient patients. Mutual information allows to quantify the cortical communication in patients with RRMS and is related to clinical characteristics. Cortical communication quantified in a resting state might be a potential marker for the neurological damage induced by RRMS.
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Bruno Lenne, Jean-Luc Blanc, Jean-Louis Nandrino, Philippe Gallois, Patrick Hautecæur, et al.. Decrease of mutual information in brain electrical activity of patients with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis.. Behavioural Neurology, 2013, Behavioural Neurology, 27, p. 201-12. ⟨10.3233/BEN-120278⟩. ⟨hal-03109534⟩

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