Iván C. Salgado Patarroyo

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Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a principal modality of modern medical imaging, which provides a wide spectrum of useful diagnostic contrasts, both anatomical and functional in nature. Like many alternative imaging modalities, however, some specific realizations of MRI offer a trade-off in terms of acquisition time, spatial/temporal resolution and(More)
High angular resolution diffusion imaging (HARDI) is known to excel in delineating multiple diffusion flows through a given location within the white matter of the brain. Unfortunately, many current methods of implementation of HARDI require collecting a relatively large number of diffusion-encoded images, which is in turn translated in prohibitively long(More)
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