|Identifying the white matter impairments among ART-naïve HIV patients: a multivariate pattern analysis of DTI data|
|Source Publication||European Radiology
To identify the white matter (WM) impairments of the antiretroviral therapy (ART)-naïve HIV patients by conducting a multivariate pattern analysis (MVPA) of Diffusion Tensor Imaging (DTI) data
We enrolled 33 ART-naïve HIV patients and 32 Normal controls in the current study. Firstly, the DTI metrics in whole brain WM tracts were extracted for each subject and feed into the Least Absolute Shrinkage and Selection Operators procedure (LASSO)-Logistic regression model to identify the impaired WM tracts. Then, Support Vector Machines (SVM) model was constructed based on the DTI metrics in the impaired WM tracts to make HIV-control group classification. Pearson correlations between the WM impairments and HIV clinical statics were also investigated.
Extensive HIV-related impairments were observed in the WM tracts associated with motor function, the corpus callosum (CC) and the frontal WM. With leave-one-out cross validation, accuracy of 83.08% (P=0.002) and the area under the Receiver Operating Characteristic curve of 0.9110 were obtained in the SVM classification model. The impairments of the CC were significantly correlated with the HIV clinic statics.
The MVPA was sensitive to detect the HIV-related WM changes. Our findings indicated that the MVPA had considerable potential in exploring the HIV-related WM impairments.
Liu ZY. Identifying the white matter impairments among ART-naïve HIV patients: a multivariate pattern analysis of DTI data[J]. European Radiology,2017(27):4153–4162.
Liu ZY.(2017).Identifying the white matter impairments among ART-naïve HIV patients: a multivariate pattern analysis of DTI data.European Radiology(27),4153–4162.
Liu ZY."Identifying the white matter impairments among ART-naïve HIV patients: a multivariate pattern analysis of DTI data".European Radiology .27(2017):4153–4162.
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