Roberta Zanzonico

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One of the major goals of the NIH Blueprint Human Connectome Project was to map and quantify the white matter connections in the brain using diffusion tractography. Given the prevalence of complex white matter structures, the capability of resolving local white matter geometries with multiple crossings in the diffusion magnetic resonance imaging (dMRI) data(More)
The MGH-USC CONNECTOM MRI scanner housed at the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) is a major hardware innovation of the Human Connectome Project (HCP). The 3T CONNECTOM scanner is capable of producing a magnetic field gradient of up to 300 mT/m strength for in vivo human brain imaging, which greatly shortens the time spent on diffusion encoding, and(More)
  • J E Fiadjoe, P Stricker Philadelphia, +12 authors Italy
  • 2012
Editor—Carassiti and colleagues 1 are to be commended for their work attempting to compare the forces applied to the airway during laryngoscopy with the Glidescope Cobalt and the Macintosh laryngoscope. However, one issue deserves comment, there is an important difference between the two blades that was not accounted for in the placement of the force(More)
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