Global Tractography with Embedded Anatomical Priors for Quantitative Connectivity Analysis

  title={Global Tractography with Embedded Anatomical Priors for Quantitative Connectivity Analysis},
  author={Alia Lemkaddem and Didrik Ski{\"o}ldebrand and Alessandro Dal Pal{\'u} and Jean-Philippe Thiran and Alessandro Daducci},
  booktitle={Front. Neurol.},
Tractography algorithms provide us with the ability to non-invasively reconstruct fiber pathways in the white matter (WM) by exploiting the directional information described with diffusion magnetic resonance. These methods could be divided into two major classes, local and global. Local methods reconstruct each fiber tract iteratively by considering only directional information at the voxel level and its neighborhood. Global methods, on the other hand, reconstruct all the fiber tracts of the… CONTINUE READING
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