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Quantitative susceptibility mapping: current status and future directions.
Quantitative susceptibility mapping (QSM) is a new technique for quantifying magnetic susceptibility. It has already found various applications in quantifying in vivo iron content, calcifications andExpand
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Skull stripping using graph cuts
Removal of non-brain tissues, particularly dura, is an important step in enabling accurate measurement of brain structures. Many popular methods rely on iterative surface deformation to fit the brainExpand
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Quantifying brain iron deposition in patients with Parkinson's disease using quantitative susceptibility mapping, R2 and R2.
PURPOSE To evaluate the sensitivity and specificity of quantitative magnetic resonance (MR) iron mapping including R2, R2* and magnetic susceptibility to differentiate patients with Parkinson'sExpand
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Measuring iron in the brain using quantitative susceptibility mapping and X-ray fluorescence imaging
Measuring iron content in the brain has important implications for a number of neurodegenerative diseases. Quantitative susceptibility mapping (QSM), derived from magnetic resonance images, has beenExpand
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Improvement of brain segmentation accuracy by optimizing non-uniformity correction using N3
Smoothly varying and multiplicative intensity variations within MR images that are artifactual, can reduce the accuracy of automated brain segmentation. Fortunately, these can be corrected. AmongExpand
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Evaluation of performance metrics for bias field correction in MR brain images
To investigate inconsistencies between common performance measures for bias field correction reported in several recent studies and propose a solution.
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Magnetic Resonance-Based Automatic Air Segmentation for Generation of Synthetic Computed Tomography Scans in the Head Region.
PURPOSE To incorporate a novel imaging sequence for robust air and tissue segmentation using ultrashort echo time (UTE) phase images and to implement an innovative synthetic CT (synCT) solution as aExpand
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Image Guided Radiation Therapy Using Synthetic Computed Tomography Images in Brain Cancer.
PURPOSE The development of synthetic computed tomography (CT) (synCT) derived from magnetic resonance (MR) images supports MR-only treatment planning. We evaluated the accuracy of synCT andExpand
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Geometric modeling of the human normal cerebral arterial system
We propose an anatomy-based approach for an efficient construction of a three-dimensional human normal cerebral arterial model from segmented and skeletonized angiographic data. The centerline-basedExpand
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Atlas-based automated positioning of outer volume suppression slices in short-echo time 3D MR spectroscopic imaging of the human brain.
Spatial suppression of peripheral lipid-containing regions in volumetric MR spectroscopic imaging of the human brain requires placing large numbers of outer volume suppression (OVS) slices, which isExpand
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