Quantitative comparison and analysis of sulcal patterns using sulcal graph matching: A twin study

@article{Im2011QuantitativeCA,
  title={Quantitative comparison and analysis of sulcal patterns using sulcal graph matching: A twin study},
  author={Kiho Im and Rudolph Pienaar and Jong-Min Lee and Joon-Kyung Seong and Yu Yong Choi and Kun Ho Lee and P. Ellen Grant},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2011},
  volume={57 3},
  pages={1077-86}
}
The global pattern of cortical sulci provides important information on brain development and functional compartmentalization. Sulcal patterns are routinely used to determine fetal brain health and detect cerebral malformations. We present a quantitative method for automatically comparing and analyzing the sulcal pattern between individuals using a graph matching approach. White matter surfaces were reconstructed from volumetric T1 MRI data and sulcal pits, the deepest points in local sulci… CONTINUE READING
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