Most viewed Neurology articles in November 2015

Altered Amygdala Connectivity in Individuals with Chronic Traumatic Brain Injury and Comorbid Depressive Symptoms
Kihwan Han*, Sandra B. Chapman and Daniel C. Krawczyk

Plasma 24-metabolite Panel Predicts Preclinical Transition to Clinical Stages of Alzheimer’s Disease
Massimo S. Fiandaca, Xioagang Zhong, Amrita K. Cheema, Michael H. Orquiza, Swathi Chidambaram, Ming T. Tan, Carole Roan Gresenz, Kevin T. FitzGerald, Michael A. Nalls, Andrew B. Singleton, Mark Mapstone and Howard J. Federoff*

Structural Connectivity is Differently Altered in Dementia with Lewy Body and Alzheimer’s Disease
Stefano Delli Pizzi, Raffaella Franciotti, John-Paul Taylor, Roberto Esposito, Armando Tartaro, Astrid Thomas, Marco Onofrj and Laura Bonanni*

Early Shifts of Brain Metabolism by Caloric Restriction Preserve White Matter Integrity and Long-Term Memory in Aging Mice
Janet Guo, Vikas Bakshi and Ai-Ling Lin*

High-Frequency Repetitive Sensory Stimulation as Intervention to Improve Sensory Loss in Patients with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome I
Marianne David*, Hubert R. Dinse*, Tina Mainka, Martin Tegenthoff and Christoph Maier

The Virtual Brain: Modeling Biological Correlates of Recovery after Chronic Stroke
Maria Inez Falcon, Jeffrey D. Riley, Viktor Jirsa, Anthony R. McIntosh, Ahmed D. Shereen, E. Elinor Chen and Ana Solodkin*

Frequency of Direct Funduscopy Upon Initial Encounters for Patients with Headaches, Altered Mental Status, and Visual Changes: A Pilot Study.
Esteban Golombievski, Michael w. Doerrler*, Sean D. Ruland, Matthew A. McCoyd and Jose Biller

Brain Injury Impairs Working Memory and Prefrontal Circuit Function
Colin J. Smith, Guoxiang Xiong, Jaclynn A. Elkind, Brendan Putnam and Akiva S. Cohen*

Functional Connectivity of EEG Signals Under Laser Stimulation in Migraine
Marina de Tommaso*, Gabriele Trotta, Eleonora Vecchio, Katia Ricci, Frederik Van de Steen, Anna Montemurno, Marta Lorenzo, Daniele Marinazzo, Roberto Bellotti and Sebastiano Stramaglia

MicroRNAs 99b-5p/100-5p Regulated by Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress are Involved in Abeta-Induced Pathologies
Xiaoyang Ye, Hongxue Luo, Yan Chen, Qi Wu, Yi Xiong, Jinyong Zhu, Yarui Diao, Zhenguo Wu, Jianting Miao and Jun Wan*

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