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NMR relaxation times in the human brain at 3.0 tesla
- J. Wansapura, S. Holland, R. Dunn, W. Ball
- MedicineJournal of magnetic resonance imaging : JMRI
- 1 April 1999
Relaxation time measurements at 3.0 T are reported for both gray and white matter in normal human brain in normal adults with no clinical evidence of neurological disease, and there were no significant differences in T1 from one location in the brain to another.
Normal fMRI Brain Activation Patterns in Children Performing a Verb Generation Task
- S. Holland, E. Plante, A. Byars, R. Strawsburg, V. Schmithorst, W. Ball
- Psychology, BiologyNeuroImage
- 1 October 2001
Although much is known concerning brain-language relations in adults, little is known about how these functions might be represented during the developmental period. We report results from 17 normal…
Correlation of white matter diffusivity and anisotropy with age during childhood and adolescence: a cross-sectional diffusion-tensor MR imaging study.
Diffusion-tensor MR imaging results indicate that white matter maturation assessed at different ages involves increases in both white matter density and organization during childhood and adolescence.
Bright spots: correlations of gray matter volume with IQ in a normal pediatric population
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Developmental differences in white matter architecture between boys and girls
Sex differences in the development of white matter microstructure were investigated in a cohort of normal children ages 5–18 in a DTI study, indicating differing developmental trajectories in white matter for boys and girls and the importance of taking sex into account in developmental DTI studies.
Diffusion Tensor MR Imaging Reveals Persistent White Matter Alteration after Traumatic Brain Injury Experienced during Early Childhood
Evidence that WM integrity remains abnormal in children with moderate-to-severe TBI experienced during early childhood and that injury severity correlated strongly with FA is provided.
Cerebral ischemia-hypoxia induces intravascular coagulation and autophagy.
It is suggested that ischemia-hypoxia is a powerful stimulus for spontaneous coagulation leading to reperfusion deficits and autophagic/lysosomal cell death in brain.
fMRI of neuronal activation with symptom provocation in unmedicated patients with obsessive compulsive disorder.
Cognitive functions correlate with white matter architecture in a normal pediatric population: A diffusion tensor MRI study
The results of DTI are consistent with the hypothesis that regionally specific increased fiber organization is a mechanism responsible for the normal development of white matter tracts.