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Genetic Patterns in Neuroimaging, An Issue of Neuroimaging Clinics, 1st Edition

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Luis Celso Hygino de Cruz
Genetic Patterns in Neuroimaging is explored in this important Neuroimaging Clinics issue. Articles include: Brain imaging and genetic risk of congenital malformations; Understanding genetics in neuroimaging; Influence of genetics in neuropathology; ...view more
Genetic Patterns in Neuroimaging is explored in this important Neuroimaging Clinics issue. Articles include: Brain imaging and genetic risk of congenital malformations; Understanding genetics in neuroimaging; Influence of genetics in neuropathology; Building a bridge between genomics and neuroradiology; Systems genetics approaches to neuroimaging phenotypes; Imaging genetic predictions at an individual level; Brain imaging and genetic risk in the pediatric population; Imaging phenotypes in cognitive diseases; Molecular imaging in genetics; Imaging phenotypes in psychiatric disease; Genomics of brain tumor imaging; Neuroimaging and genetic influence in post-treatment brain neoplasms; Imaging phenotypes in multiple sclerosis; Genetic markers and influences in cerebrovascular malformations, and more.
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Genetic Patterns in Neuroimaging is explored in this important Neuroimaging Clinics issue. Articles include: Brain imaging and genetic risk of congenital malformations; Understanding genetics in neuroimaging; Influence of genetics in neuropathology; Building a bridge between genomics and neuroradiology; Systems genetics approaches to neuroimaging phenotypes; Imaging genetic predictions at an individual level; Brain imaging and genetic risk in the pediatric population; Imaging phenotypes in cognitive diseases; Molecular imaging in genetics; Imaging phenotypes in psychiatric disease; Genomics of brain tumor imaging; Neuroimaging and genetic influence in post-treatment brain neoplasms; Imaging phenotypes in multiple sclerosis; Genetic markers and influences in cerebrovascular malformations, and more.

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By Luis Celso Hygino de Cruz, MD, CDPI and IRM Resonancia Magnetica Universidade de Rio de Janeiro