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Imaging the deep cerebellar nuclei: A probabilistic atlas and normalization procedure
The deep cerebellar nuclei (DCN) are a key element of the cortico-cerebellar loop. Expand
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Diffusive sensitivity to muscle architecture: a magnetic resonance diffusion tensor imaging study of the human calf
The aim of this study was to examine the diffusive properties of adjacent muscles at rest, and to determine the relationship between diffusive and architectural properties, which are task-specific toExpand
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A diffusion tensor imaging analysis of gender differences in water diffusivity within human skeletal muscle
The diffusive properties of adjacent muscles at rest were evaluated in male (n = 12) and female (n = 12) subjects using diffusion tensor imaging (DTI). The principle, second and third eigenvalues,Expand
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High-Field-Strength Magnetic Resonance: Potential and Limits
  • M. Ladd
  • Physics, Medicine
  • Topics in magnetic resonance imaging : TMRI
  • 1 April 2007
Objective: To expatiate on the possible advantages and disadvantages of high magnetic field strengths for magnetic resonance imaging and, in particular, for magnetic resonance angiography. MethodsExpand
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Evidence for a motor and a non-motor domain in the human dentate nucleus — An fMRI study
Dum and Strick (J. Neurophysiol. 2003; 89, 634-639) proposed a division of the cerebellar dentate nucleus into a "motor" and "non-Motor" area based on anatomical data in the monkey. Expand
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Involvement of the cerebellar cortex and nuclei in verbal and visuospatial working memory: A 7T fMRI study
We extend previous findings of similar cerebellar cortical areas being involved in verbal and spatial n-back working memory to the level of the Cerebellar nuclei. Expand
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Activation of the cerebellar cortex and the dentate nucleus in a prism adaptation fMRI study
During prism adaptation two types of learning processes can be distinguished. First, fast strategic motor control responses are predominant in the early course of prism adaptation to achieve rapidExpand
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First Clinical Study on Ultra-High-Field MR Imaging in Patients with Multiple Sclerosis: Comparison of 1.5T and 7T
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Higher magnetic field strengths and continuous improvement of high-resolution imaging in multiple sclerosis (MS) are expected to provide unique in-vivo and non-invasiveExpand
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Detection of pulmonary nodules using a 2D HASTE MR sequence: comparison with MDCT.
OBJECTIVE The objective of our study was to determine the diagnostic performance of MRI based on a HASTE sequence for the detection of pulmonary nodules in comparison with MDCT. MATERIALS ANDExpand
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7‐T MR—from research to clinical applications?
Over 20 000 MR systems are currently installed worldwide and, although the majority operate at magnetic fields of 1.5 T and below (i.e. about 70%), experience with 3‐T (in high‐field clinicalExpand
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