[Functional magnetic resonance imaging. What are the benefits expected in hand surgery?].

Abstract : Functional MRI (fMRI) allowed considerable advances upon understanding of cerebral functioning. Cortical plasticity, which allows the voluntary command of a restored function by a transferred muscle remains to be investigated in its intimacy. The authors present here the round table held at the 48th annual meeting of the French Society for Surgery of the Hand on December 22nd, 2012. It tries to review the analysis of the phenomenon observed during multiple tendinous transfers for restoration of proximal radial nerve palsy. Were successively approached: 1) Methods of acquisition and analysis of the signals (C. D-M.); 2) Movement reorganization (O.M.); 3) Motor plasticity after hand allograft (A. S.); 4) The potential interest of the fMRI in hand rehabilitation (F. D.); 5) The analysis of cerebral plasticity in general (H. B.). A rather philosophical conclusion opens other fields to f MRI (A.M.).
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François Moutet, Chantal Delon-Martin, Olivier Martin, Angela Sirigu, François Delaquaize, et al.. [Functional magnetic resonance imaging. What are the benefits expected in hand surgery?].. Chirurgie de la Main, Elsevier Masson, 2013, 32 (3), pp.121-8. 〈10.1016/j.main.2013.04.007〉. 〈inserm-00861214〉



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