MRI-based brain volumetrics: emergence of a developmental brain science.

@article{Caviness1999MRIbasedBV,
  title={MRI-based brain volumetrics: emergence of a developmental brain science.},
  author={Verne S. Caviness and Nicholas T. Lange and Nikos Makris and Martha R. Herbert and David N. Kennedy},
  journal={Brain & development},
  year={1999},
  volume={21 5},
  pages={289-95}
}
MRI-based brain volumetrics is an established methodology of great versatility and reliability with a broad range of potential applications in medicine and basic human brain science. We consider here, more theoretical implications of brain tissue volumes. Specifically, we suggest that volume is an evolutionarily and developmentally regulated fundamental property of tissue, in this instance the brain and its component structures. Within this framework (1), regularities in relative variation of… CONTINUE READING

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