Keith Carolus
Keith Carolus
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White matter tract network disruption explains reduced conscientiousness in multiple sclerosis
TA Fuchs, MG Dwyer, A Kuceyeski, S Choudhery, K Carolus, X Li, ...
Human brain mapping 39 (9), 3682-3690, 2018
122018
Lower self-report fatigue in multiple sclerosis is associated with localized white matter tract disruption between amygdala, temporal pole, insula, and other connected structures
TA Fuchs, CB Vaughn, RHB Benedict, B Weinstock-Guttman, ...
Multiple sclerosis and related disorders 27, 298-304, 2019
92019
Impact of focal white matter damage on localized subcortical gray matter atrophy in multiple sclerosis: a 5-year study
TA Fuchs, K Carolus, RHB Benedict, N Bergsland, D Ramasamy, ...
American Journal of Neuroradiology 39 (8), 1480-1486, 2018
82018
Deep learning enables thalamic atrophy measurement on clinical quality T2 FLAIR images (P5. 2-057)
M Dwyer, K Carolus, N Bergsland, D Jakimovski, B Weinstock-Guttman, ...
Neurology 92 (15 Supplement), 2019
2019
Accelerated subcortical atrophy following new lesion accrual in directly connected tracts is significant and appears limited to the first year (P3. 350)
K Carolus, T Fuchs, N Bergsland, D Ramasamy, T Uher, D Horakova, ...
Neurology 90 (15 Supplement), 2018
2018
Preservation of Functional Connectivity Moderates the Impact of White Matter Tract Disruption on Cognition in Multiple Sclerosis (S44. 008)
T Fuchs, R Benedict, S Choudhery, X Li, K Carolus, M Mallory, A Bartnik, ...
Neurology 90 (15 Supplement), 2018
2018
Lesion-based disruption of connections between the amygdala and surrounding ipsilateral structures may be protective against fatigue in multiple sclerosis
T Fuchs, C Vaughn, S Choudhery, K Carolus, D Jakimovski, ...
MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS JOURNAL 23, 239-240, 2017
2017
Associations between low conscientiousness and cognitive impairment in MS may be due to shared pathophysiology: structural network disruption of frontal cortex regions
T Fuchs, MG Dwyer, S Roy, S Choudhery, P Rooney, K Carolus, ...
MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS JOURNAL 23, 235-235, 2017
2017
Longitudinal association between deep gray matter atrophy and lesion-based disruptions in connected white matter tracts
T Fuchs, K Carolus, D Jakimovski, NP Bergsland, D Ramasamy, ...
MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS JOURNAL 23, 525-525, 2017
2017
Whole brain tract disruption better explains cognitive decline in multiple sclerosis than total lesion volume
T Fuchs, K Carolus, S Choudhery, D Jakimovski, NP Bergsland, ...
MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS JOURNAL 23, 932-933, 2017
2017
Elucidating the Pathophysiology of Conscientiousness in Multiple Sclerosis: Structural Network Disruption of Frontal Cortex Regions
T Fuchs, MG Dwyer, S Roy, S Choudhery, P Rooney, K Carolus, ...
MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS JOURNAL 23 (8), NP4-NP4, 2017
2017
Subcortical gray matter atrophy is predicted by white matter lesions in directly connected tracts in multiple sclerosis (P4. 364)
T Fuchs, K Carolus, R Benedict, N Bergsland, D Ramasamy, R Zivadinov, ...
Neurology 88 (16 Supplement), 2017
2017
Mapping the Connectome in Multiple Sclerosis, Innovations in MRI Imaging
K Carolus, T Fuchs, M Dwyer, R Zivadinov
2016
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