MRI-Based Topographic Parcellation of Human Cerebral White Matter: I. Technical Foundations

@article{Meyer1999MRIBasedTP,
  title={MRI-Based Topographic Parcellation of Human Cerebral White Matter: I. Technical Foundations},
  author={James W. Meyer and Nikos Makris and Julianna F. Bates and Verne S. Caviness and David N. Kennedy},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={1999},
  volume={9},
  pages={1-17}
}
We describe a virtually automatic comprehensive parcellation of the human cerebral central white matter, which is based upon T1-weighted MRI scans. The system, which is "rule-based," is developed from prior anatomic studies of the human brain and experimental studies of connectivity in animals as elaborated in the companion manuscript. Boundaries which delineate anatomic subregions of the white matter are computed from the geometric features of anatomic landmarks visible in the imaging data… CONTINUE READING

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