Measuring longitudinal change in the hippocampal formation from in vivo high-resolution T2-weighted MRI

@article{Das2012MeasuringLC,
  title={Measuring longitudinal change in the hippocampal formation from in vivo high-resolution T2-weighted MRI},
  author={Sandhitsu R. Das and Brian B. Avants and John Pluta and Hongzhi Wang and Jung Wook Suh and Michael Weiner and Susanne G. Mueller and Paul A. Yushkevich},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2012},
  volume={60},
  pages={1266-1279}
}
The hippocampal formation (HF) is a brain structure of great interest because of its central role in learning and memory, and its associated vulnerability to several neurological disorders. In vivo oblique coronal T2-weighted MRI with high in-plane resolution (~0.5 mm × 0.5 mm), thick slices (~2.0 mm), and a field of view tailored to imaging the hippocampal formation (denoted HF-MRI in this paper) has been advanced as a useful imaging modality for detailed hippocampal morphometry. Cross… CONTINUE READING

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