High-resolution diffusion kurtosis imaging at 3T enabled by advanced post-processing

  title={High-resolution diffusion kurtosis imaging at 3T enabled by advanced post-processing},
  author={Siawoosh Mohammadi and Karsten Tabelow and Lars Ruthotto and Thorsten Feiweier and J{\"o}rg Polzehl and Nikolaus Weiskopf},
  booktitle={Front. Neurosci.},
Diffusion Kurtosis Imaging (DKI) is more sensitive to microstructural differences and can be related to more specific micro-scale metrics (e.g., intra-axonal volume fraction) than diffusion tensor imaging (DTI), offering exceptional potential for clinical diagnosis and research into the white and gray matter. Currently DKI is acquired only at low spatial resolution (2-3 mm isotropic), because of the lower signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) and higher artifact level associated with the technically more… CONTINUE READING
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