Juho Joutsa
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Mesolimbic dopamine release is linked to symptom severity in pathological gambling
J Joutsa, J Johansson, S Niemelä, A Ollikainen, MM Hirvonen, ...
Neuroimage 60 (4), 1992-1999, 2012
Diagnostic accuracy of parkinsonism syndromes by general neurologists
J Joutsa, M Gardberg, M Röyttä, V Kaasinen
Parkinsonism & related disorders 20 (8), 840-844, 2014
Expression Profiles and Clinical Correlations of Degradome Components in the Tumor Microenvironment of Head and Neck Squamous Cell CarcinomaDegradome Expression Profiling in HNSCC
A Stokes, J Joutsa, R Ala-Aho, M Pitchers, CJ Pennington, C Martin, ...
Clinical cancer research 16 (7), 2022-2035, 2010
Impulse control disorders and depression in Finnish patients with Parkinson's disease
J Joutsa, K Martikainen, T Vahlberg, V Voon, V Kaasinen
Parkinsonism & related disorders 18 (2), 155-160, 2012
A human depression circuit derived from focal brain lesions
JL Padmanabhan, D Cooke, J Joutsa, SH Siddiqi, M Ferguson, RR Darby, ...
Biological psychiatry 86 (10), 749-758, 2019
Extensive abnormality of brain white matter integrity in pathological gambling
J Joutsa, J Saunavaara, R Parkkola, S Niemelä, V Kaasinen
Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging 194 (3), 340-346, 2011
Lesion network localization of free will
RR Darby, J Joutsa, MJ Burke, MD Fox
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (42), 10792-10797, 2018
Localizing parkinsonism based on focal brain lesions
J Joutsa, A Horn, J Hsu, MD Fox
Brain 141 (8), 2445-2456, 2018
Dopamine and opioid neurotransmission in behavioral addictions: a comparative PET study in pathological gambling and binge eating
J Majuri, J Joutsa, J Johansson, V Voon, K Alakurtti, R Parkkola, T Lahti, ...
Neuropsychopharmacology 42 (5), 1169-1177, 2017
Dopamine transporter imaging does not predict the number of nigral neurons in Parkinson disease
L Saari, K Kivinen, M Gardberg, J Joutsa, T Noponen, V Kaasinen
Neurology 88 (15), 1461-1467, 2017
Childhood‐onset epilepsy five decades later. A prospective population‐based cohort study
M Sillanpää, A Anttinen, JO Rinne, J Joutsa, P Sonninen, M Erkinjuntti, ...
Epilepsia 56 (11), 1774-1783, 2015
Network localization of cervical dystonia based on causal brain lesions
DT Corp, J Joutsa, RR Darby, CCS Delnooz, BPC van de Warrenburg, ...
Brain 142 (6), 1660-1674, 2019
Positron emission tomography imaging of the 18-kDa translocator protein (TSPO) with [18F] FEMPA in Alzheimer’s disease patients and control subjects
A Varrone, V Oikonen, A Forsberg, J Joutsa, A Takano, O Solin, ...
European journal of nuclear medicine and molecular imaging 42 (3), 438-446, 2015
Dopaminergic function and intertemporal choice
J Joutsa, V Voon, J Johansson, S Niemelä, J Bergman, V Kaasinen
Translational psychiatry 5 (1), e491-e491, 2015
Effects of aging and gender on striatal and extrastriatal [123I] FP-CIT binding in Parkinson's disease
V Kaasinen, J Joutsa, T Noponen, J Johansson, M Seppänen
Neurobiology of aging 36 (4), 1757-1763, 2015
Network localization of heterogeneous neuroimaging findings
RR Darby, J Joutsa, MD Fox
Brain 142 (1), 70-79, 2019
Increased medial orbitofrontal [18F]fluorodopa uptake in Parkinsonian impulse control disorders
J Joutsa, K Martikainen, S Niemelä, J Johansson, S Forsback, JO Rinne, ...
Movement Disorders 27 (6), 778-782, 2012
Long-Term Test–Retest Reliability of Striatal and Extrastriatal Dopamine D2/3 Receptor Binding: Study with [11C]Raclopride and High-Resolution PET
K Alakurtti, JJ Johansson, J Joutsa, M Laine, L Bäckman, L Nyberg, ...
Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow & Metabolism 35 (7), 1199-1205, 2015
Effects of dopamine agonist dose and gender on the prognosis of impulse control disorders in Parkinson's disease
J Joutsa, K Martikainen, T Vahlberg, V Kaasinen
Parkinsonism & Related Disorders 18 (10), 1079-1083, 2012
Lesions causing hallucinations localize to one common brain network
NY Kim, J Hsu, D Talmasov, J Joutsa, L Soussand, O Wu, NS Rost, ...
Molecular Psychiatry 26 (4), 1299-1309, 2021
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