Sub-millimeter Voxel Diffusion Tensor Imaging of the Optic Chiasm

@inproceedings{Sarlls2014SubmillimeterVD,
  title={Sub-millimeter Voxel Diffusion Tensor Imaging of the Optic Chiasm},
  author={Joelle E. Sarlls and Carlo Pierpaoli},
  year={2014}
}
Introduction: Diffusion tensor MRI (DTI) has become a powerful tool for the investigation into tissue architecture and integrity. However, there are numerous anatomical details in the brain that are undetectable at typical DTI image resolution, being 8mm3 voxels, due to partial volume effects and the sequence used in the majority of DTI studies, single -shot EPI, is sensitive to magnetic field inhomogeneity near air/tissue interfaces. Recently, we developed a radial fast spin-echo (FSE… CONTINUE READING

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