High-dimensional morphometry Disentangling normal aging from Alzheimer’s disease in structural magnetic resonance images

Abstract

The morphology observed in the brains of patients affected by Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a combination of different biological processes, such as normal aging and the pathological matter loss specific to AD. The ability to differentiate between these biological factors is fundamental to reliably evaluate pathological AD-related structural changes… (More)

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@inproceedings{Lorenzi2015HighdimensionalMD, title={High-dimensional morphometry Disentangling normal aging from Alzheimer’s disease in structural magnetic resonance images}, author={Marco Lorenzi and Xavier Pennec and Giovanni B. Frisoni and Nicholas Ayache}, year={2015} }