Preterm neonatal diffusion processing using detection and replacement of outliers prior to resampling.

Abstract

In diffusion weighted MRI, subject motion and brain pulsation lead both to signal drop-outs and image misalignment. Unsedated neonates, with their higher heart rate and propensity for motion are particularly prone to degraded scan quality that impairs diffusion tensor estimation. Retrospective registration and robust estimators are two methods that have… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/mrm.22786

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@article{Morris2011PretermND, title={Preterm neonatal diffusion processing using detection and replacement of outliers prior to resampling.}, author={Drew Morris and Revital Nossin-Manor and Margot J. Taylor and John G. Sled}, journal={Magnetic resonance in medicine}, year={2011}, volume={66 1}, pages={92-101} }