Anatomical characterization of athetotic and spastic cerebral palsy using an atlas-based analysis.

@article{Yoshida2013AnatomicalCO,
  title={Anatomical characterization of athetotic and spastic cerebral palsy using an atlas-based analysis.},
  author={Shoko Yoshida and A V Faria and Kenichi Oishi and Toyoko Kanda and Yuriko Yamori and Naoko Yoshida and Haruyo Hirota and Mika Iwami and Sozo Okano and John Hsu and Xin Li and Hangyi Jiang and Yue Li and Katsumi Hayakawa and Susumu Mori},
  journal={Journal of magnetic resonance imaging : JMRI},
  year={2013},
  volume={38 2},
  pages={288-98}
}
PURPOSE To analyze diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) in two types of cerebral palsy (CP): the athetotic-type and the spastic-type, using an atlas-based anatomical analysis of the entire brain, and to investigate whether these images have unique anatomical characteristics that can support functional diagnoses. MATERIALS AND METHODS We retrospectively analyzed the DTI of seven children with athetotic-type, 11 children with spastic-type, and 20 healthy control children, all age-matched. The… CONTINUE READING

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