A diffusion hardware phantom looking like a coronal brain slice

@inproceedings{Poupon2009ADH,
  title={A diffusion hardware phantom looking like a coronal brain slice},
  author={Cyril Poupon and L. Laribiere and Guy Tournier and J-P. Bernard and Dani{\`e}le Fournier and Pierre Fillard and Maxime Descoteaux and J-F. Mangin},
  year={2009}
}
Introduction Diffusion-weighted imaging has become an established technique to infer the micro-structure of the brain. Its more popular application, fiber tractography, is still the only possibility to infer in vivo the structural connectivity of the brain. Despite the plethora of available tractography algorithms in the literature, it is still almost impossible to validate them or the local modeling of the angular distribution of fibers in vivo. Animal validations remain limited as the… CONTINUE READING

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