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OBJECTIVE To detect white matter abnormalities in patients with mild Alzheimer disease (AD) by diffusion tensor imaging and to determine their topographic relationship with gray matter atrophy. METHODS Thirteen patients with mild AD and 16 normal age-matched volunteers underwent diffusion tensor imaging and three-dimensional spoiled gradient-recalled(More)
A fiber-tracking algorithm was used to extract fractional anisotropy of bilateral cingulum bundles in patients with probable Alzheimer's disease and normal aging controls. In addition, their hippocampal volumes were measured manually. Relative to normal controls, Alzheimer's disease patients showed a significant reduction of fractional anisotropy and(More)
PURPOSE To detect the abnormalities of gray matter in children with amblyopia by voxel-based morphometry (VBM). DESIGN Prospective, nonrandomized clinical trial. METHODS Thirteen children with amblyopia and 14 normally sighted children underwent magnetic resonance (MR) examination. The two groups were age-matched with a mean age of 5.8 years. In the(More)
PURPOSE To detect the abnormalities of the optic radiation (OR) in children with amblyopia by diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) and tractography. DESIGN Prospective, nonrandomized clinical trial. METHODS Fourteen children with amblyopia and 14 normally sighted children underwent DTI scanning. After the ORs were reconstructed by using tractography(More)
The splenocyte of BALB/c mice, immunized with soluble and ovarian serous papillary cystedenoma-associated antigen CA925, was fused with NS-1 myeloma cell strain to produce a monoclonal antibody. 5 cell strains of the monoclonal antibody with continuous secretion were obtained. The fusion openings were used as code names: OC4D9, OC7E10, OC1B4, OC3B8, and(More)
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