Edward Ralph Marcantonio, M.D.
This page shows the publications co-authored by Edward Marcantonio and Michele Cavallari.
Assessment of potential selection bias in neuroimaging studies of postoperative delirium and cognitive decline: lessons from the SAGES study. Brain Imaging Behav. 2022 Mar 12.
Longitudinal diffusion changes following postoperative delirium in older people without dementia. Neurology. 2017 Sep 05; 89(10):1020-1027.
Neural substrates of vulnerability to postsurgical delirium as revealed by presurgical diffusion MRI. Brain. 2016 Apr; 139(Pt 4):1282-94.
Brain atrophy and white-matter hyperintensities are not significantly associated with incidence and severity of postoperative delirium in older persons without dementia. Neurobiol Aging. 2015 Jun; 36(6):2122-9.
The Role of Inflammation after Surgery for Elders (RISE) study: Examination of [11C]PBR28 binding and exploration of its link to post-operative delirium. Neuroimage Clin. 2020; 27:102346.
Older Patients with Alzheimer's Disease-Related Cortical Atrophy Who Develop Post-Operative Delirium May Be at Increased Risk of Long-Term Cognitive Decline After Surgery. J Alzheimers Dis. 2020; 75(1):187-199.
Postoperative Delirium and Postoperative Cognitive Dysfunction: Overlap and Divergence. Anesthesiology. 2019 09; 131(3):477-491.
Head circumference as a useful surrogate for intracranial volume in older adults. Int Psychogeriatr. 2016 Jan; 28(1):157-62.
Cerebral blood flow MRI in the nondemented elderly is not predictive of post-operative delirium but is correlated with cognitive performance. J Cereb Blood Flow Metab. 2017 Apr; 37(4):1386-1397.
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