Assessing intracortical myelin in the living human brain using myelinated cortical thickness

@inproceedings{Rowley2015AssessingIM,
  title={Assessing intracortical myelin in the living human brain using myelinated cortical thickness},
  author={Christopher D Rowley and Pierre-Louis Bazin and Christine L. Tardif and Manpreet Sehmbi and Eyesha Hashim and Nadejda Zaharieva and Luciano Minuzzi and Benicio N. Frey and Nicholas A. Bock},
  booktitle={Front. Neurosci.},
  year={2015}
}
Alterations in the myelination of the cerebral cortex may underlie abnormal cortical function in a variety of brain diseases. Here, we describe a technique for investigating changes in intracortical myelin in clinical populations on the basis of cortical thickness measurements with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) at 3 Tesla. For this, we separately compute the thickness of the shallower, lightly myelinated portion of the cortex and its deeper, heavily myelinated portion (referred to herein as… CONTINUE READING
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