Detecting microstructural properties of white matter based on compartmentalization of magnetic susceptibility

@inproceedings{Chen2013DetectingMP,
  title={Detecting microstructural properties of white matter based on compartmentalization of magnetic susceptibility},
  author={Way Cherng Chen and Sean Foxley and Karla L. Miller},
  booktitle={NeuroImage},
  year={2013}
}
The microscopic structure of neuronal tissue is crucial to brain function, with axon diameter, axonal density and myelination directly influencing signal conduction in the white matter. There is increasing evidence that these microstructural properties alter signal in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) driven by magnetic susceptibility of different compartments (e.g., myelin sheaths and iron-laden cells). To explain these observations, we have developed a multi-compartmental geometric model of… CONTINUE READING
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