Corpus callosum thickness on mid-sagittal MRI as a marker of brain volume: a pilot study in children with HIV-related brain disease and controls

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Corpus callosum thickness measurement on mid-sagittal MRI may be a surrogate marker of brain volume. This is important for evaluation of diseases causing brain volume gain or loss, such as HIV-related brain disease and HIV encephalopathy. To determine if thickness of the corpus callosum on mid-sagittal MRI is a surrogate marker of brain volume in children… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00247-014-3255-y

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@article{Andronikou2014CorpusCT, title={Corpus callosum thickness on mid-sagittal MRI as a marker of brain volume: a pilot study in children with HIV-related brain disease and controls}, author={Savvas Andronikou and Christelle Ackermann and B Laughton and Mark Frederic Cotton and Nicollette Tomazos and Bruce S. Spottiswoode and Katya Mauff and John M Pettifor}, journal={Pediatric Radiology}, year={2014}, volume={45}, pages={1016-1025} }