Histology-derived volumetric annotation of the human hippocampal subfields in postmortem MRI

@article{Adler2014HistologyderivedVA,
  title={Histology-derived volumetric annotation of the human hippocampal subfields in postmortem MRI},
  author={Daniel H. Adler and John Pluta and Salmon Kadivar and Caryne Craige and James C. Gee and Brian B. Avants and Paul A. Yushkevich},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2014},
  volume={84},
  pages={505-523}
}
Recently, there has been a growing effort to analyze the morphometry of hippocampal subfields using both in vivo and postmortem magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). However, given that boundaries between subregions of the hippocampal formation (HF) are conventionally defined on the basis of microscopic features that often lack discernible signature in MRI, subfield delineation in MRI literature has largely relied on heuristic geometric rules, the validity of which with respect to the underlying… CONTINUE READING

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