New brain atlas - Mapping the human brain in vivo with 7.0 T MRI and comparison with postmortem histology: Will these images change modern medicine?


Human brain imaging with magnetic resonance at 7.0 Tesla (T) can reveal the brain’s architecture with resolution equivalent to that obtained from thin slices in vitro. In vivo images can provide tissue type identification with a greater clarity than that available in vitro without special stains. The coil design is an 8 or 12 channel phased array antenna… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/ima.20143


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