Diffusion time dependence of the apparent diffusion tensor in healthy human brain and white matter disease.

@article{Clark2001DiffusionTD,
  title={Diffusion time dependence of the apparent diffusion tensor in healthy human brain and white matter disease.},
  author={Chris A Clark and Maj Hedehus and Michael E. Moseley},
  journal={Magnetic resonance in medicine},
  year={2001},
  volume={45 6},
  pages={1126-9}
}
The diffusion time dependence of the brain water diffusion tensor provides information regarding diffusion restriction and hindrance but has received little attention, primarily due to limitations in gradient amplitude available on clinical MRI systems, required to achieve short diffusion times. Using new, more powerful gradient hardware, the diffusion time dependence of tensor-derived metrics were studied in human brain in the range 8-80 ms, which encompasses the shortest diffusion times… CONTINUE READING

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