Diffusion-tensor imaging of cognitive performance

@article{Moseley2002DiffusiontensorIO,
  title={Diffusion-tensor imaging of cognitive performance},
  author={Michael Moseley and Roland Bammer and Judy Illes},
  journal={Brain and Cognition},
  year={2002},
  volume={50},
  pages={396-413}
}
MR methods have for some years been used to assess cognitive performance. Recently, studies have shown that diffusion-tensor imaging (DTI), which provides noninvasive maps of microscopic structural information of oriented tissue in vivo, is finding utility in studies of cognition in the normal and abnormal aging population. These studies suggest that water proton nonrandom, anisotropic diffusion measured by DTI is highly sensitive to otherwise subtle disease processes not easily seen with… CONTINUE READING

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