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Virchow-Robin spaces on magnetic resonance images: normative data, their dilatation, and a review of the literature
IntroductionVirchow-Robin spaces (VRS) are perivascular spaces in the brain and can be visualized on magnetic resonance images (MRI). We attempt to provide a better understanding of the significanceExpand
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Developmental changes in cerebral grey and white matter volume from infancy to adulthood
In order to quantify human brain development in vivo, high resolution magnetic resonance images of 158 normal subjects from infancy to young adulthood were studied (age range 3 months–30 years, 71Expand
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Identification and interpretation of microstructural abnormalities in motor pathways in adolescents born preterm
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We investigate diffusion MRI differences between adolescents born preterm and term-born typically developing adolescents in white matter regions containing predominantly single or crossing fibre populations. Expand
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Language and cognition in children with metachromatic leukodystrophy: onset and natural course in a nationwide cohort
BackgroundMetachromatic leukodystrophy (MLD) is a rare, genetic neurodegenerative disease. It leads to progressive demyelination resulting in regression of development and early death. With regard toExpand
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A semi-automatic algorithm for determining the demyelination load in metachromatic leukodystrophy.
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Semiautomated demyelination load in metachromatic leukodystrophy can be determined in a time-efficient manner using a semiautomatic algorithm, showing high agreement with the current gold standard. Expand
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Metachromatic leukodystrophy: natural course of cerebral MRI changes in relation to clinical course
ObjectiveMetachromatic Leukodystrophy (MLD) is a rare disorder leading to demyelination and neurological impairment. A natural history study within the German leukodystrophy network analyzed MRIExpand
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Relationship between functional connectivity and sensory impairment: Red flag or red herring?
Resting‐state functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) can be used to study the functional connectivity in the somatosensory system. However, the relationship between sensory networkExpand
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Predicting hand function after hemidisconnection.
Hemidisconnections (i.e. hemispherectomies or hemispherotomies) invariably lead to contralateral hemiparesis. Many patients with a pre-existing hemiparesis, however, experience no deterioration inExpand
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Versatile, robust, and efficient tractography with constrained higher-order tensor fODFs
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In a unified deconvolution framework for diffusion MRI protocols, we represent fiber orientation distribution functions as higher-order tensors, which permits use of a novel positive definiteness constraint (H-psd) that makes estimation from noisy input more robust. Expand
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Clinical application of advanced MR methods in children: points to consider
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We have identified several aspects (task design, subject preparation, actual scanning session, data processing, interpretation of results, and decision‐making) where pediatric peculiarities should be taken into account. Expand
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