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Publications of S. Lecomte

Articles in journal or book chapters

  1. Y. Worbe, L. Marrakchi-Kacem, S. Lecomte, R. Valabregue, F. Poupon, P. Guevara, A. Tucholka, J.-F. Mangin, M. Vidailhet, S. Lehericy, and others. Altered structural connectivity of cortico-striato-pallido-thalamic networks in Gilles de la Tourette syndrome. Brain, 138(2):472-482, 2015. [bibtex-entry]


  2. L. Marrakchi-Kacem, C. Delmaire, P. Guevara, F. Poupon, S. Lecomte, A. Tucholka, P. Roca, J. Yelnik, A. Durr, J.-F. Mangin, and others. Mapping cortico-striatal connectivity onto the cortical surface: a new tractography-based approach to study Huntington disease. PloS one, 8(2):e53135, 2013. [bibtex-entry]


Conference articles

  1. L. Marrakchi-Kacem, C. Delmaire, F. Poupon, P. Guevara, S. Lecomte, J. Yelnik, A. Durr, J.-F. Mangin, S. Lehericy, and C. Poupon. Using tractography to infer basal ganglia's functional subterritories distribution change in Huntington disease. In 1st ATSIP, Sousse, Tunisie, 2014. [bibtex-entry]


  2. L. Marrakchi-Kacem, C. Delmaire, P. Guevara, F. Poupon, J. Yelnik, S. Lecomte, P. Roca, A. Tucholka, A. Durr, J.-F. Mangin, M. Chupin, S. Lehericy, and C. Poupon. Basal ganglia connectivity inferred from tractography: dealing with direct and indirect connections. In 20th ISMRM, Melbourne, Australia, 2012. [bibtex-entry]


  3. L. Marrakchi-Kacem, C. Delmaire, A. Tucholka, P. Roca, P. Guevara, S. Lecomte, F. Poupon, J. Yelnik, A. Durr, J.-F. Mangin, S. Lehericy, and C. Poupon. Distribution of the functional atrophy in the striatum territory of Huntington's patients.. In 19th ISMRM, Montréal, Canada, 2011. [bibtex-entry]


  4. L. Marrakchi-Kacem, C. Delmaire, A. Tucholka, P. Roca, P. Guevara, S. Lecomte, F. Poupon, J. Yelnik, A. Durr, J.-F. Mangin, S. Lehericy, and C. Poupon. Using surface connectivity atlases to measure striato-cortical disconnection rate in Huntington disease.. In 19th ISMRM, Montréal, Canada, 2011. [bibtex-entry]



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