Microanisotropy imaging: quantification of microscopic diffusion anisotropy and orientational order parameter by diffusion MRI with magic-angle spinning of the q-vector

@inproceedings{Lasi2014MicroanisotropyIQ,
  title={Microanisotropy imaging: quantification of microscopic diffusion anisotropy and orientational order parameter by diffusion MRI with magic-angle spinning of the q-vector},
  author={Samo Lasi{\vc} and Filip Szczepankiewicz and Stefanie Eriksson and Markus Nilsson and Daniel Topgaard},
  booktitle={Front. Physics},
  year={2014}
}
Diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) is the method of choice for non-invasive investigations of the structure of human brain white matter. The results are conventionally reported as maps of the fractional anisotropy (FA), which is a parameter related to microstructural features such as axon density, diameter, and myelination. The interpretation of FA in terms of microstructure becomes ambiguous when there is a distribution of axon orientations within the image voxel. In this paper, we propose a… CONTINUE READING

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