Diffusion MRI of Complex Neural Architecture

  title={Diffusion MRI of Complex Neural Architecture},
  author={David S. Tuch and Timothy G. Reese and Mette R. Wiegell and Van J. Wedeen},
While functional brain imaging methods can locate the cortical regions subserving particular cognitive functions, the connectivity between the functional areas of the human brain remains poorly understood. Recently, investigators have proposed a method to image neural connectivity noninvasively using a magnetic resonance imaging method called diffusion tensor imaging (DTI). DTI measures the molecular diffusion of water along neural pathways. Accurate reconstruction of neural connectivity… CONTINUE READING
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