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Diffusion Tractography of the Corticospinal Tract with Multi-fiber Orientation Filtering

@inproceedings{Cabeen2014DiffusionTO,
  title={Diffusion Tractography of the Corticospinal Tract with Multi-fiber Orientation Filtering},
  author={Ryan P. Cabeen and D. Laidlaw},
  year={2014}
}
The reconstruction of the corticospinal tract in the human brain is a clinically important task for both surgical planning and population studies. Diffusion MRI tractography provides an in-vivo and patientspecific technique for mapping the tract’s geometry; however, its relationship to other bundles, such as the superior longitudinal fasciculus, presents issues for the standard tensor model, as it cannot represent their crossing fibers. We explore multi-fiber models that have been shown to… Expand

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