Measuring temporal morphological changes robustly in brain MR images via 4-dimensional template warping

@article{Shen2004MeasuringTM,
  title={Measuring temporal morphological changes robustly in brain MR images via 4-dimensional template warping},
  author={Dinggang Shen and Christos Davatzikos},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2004},
  volume={21},
  pages={1508-1517}
}
Robustly measuring subtle longitudinal brain changes is a major challenge in computational neuroanatomy. This paper describes a method for measuring temporal morphological brain changes, by means of a 4-dimensional image warping mechanism. Longitudinal stability is achieved by considering all temporal MR images of an individual simultaneously, rather than by individually warping a template to an individual, or by warping the images of one time-point to those of another time-point. Following… CONTINUE READING

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