The relationship between resting state network plasticity and picture naming in low-grade glioma

Takeaway

  • A whole brain connectome approach is important in understanding adaptive resting state plasticity, and identifying resting-state connectivity in a specific brain region requires clinical input.

Why this matters

    Diffuse low-grade gliomas (DLGGs) are associated with progressive plasticity, whereby the brain reorganizes to adapt functions as the tumor grows. Understanding how resting-state connectivity changes over time is important to ensure positive clinical outcomes.