Three-dimensional surface rendering in MRI morphometry: a study of the planum temporale.

@article{Kulynych1993ThreedimensionalSR,
  title={Three-dimensional surface rendering in MRI morphometry: a study of the planum temporale.},
  author={Jennifer J Kulynych and Kate Vladar and Douglas W. Jones and Daniel R. Weinberger},
  journal={Journal of computer assisted tomography},
  year={1993},
  volume={17 4},
  pages={529-35}
}
OBJECTIVE The emergence of methodologies for accurately rendering cortical surfaces suggests possible quantitative applications of surface rendering to morphometry of the cerebral cortex. We examined this novel use of surface renderings in a study of the planum temporale, a neuroanatomical structure exhibiting well-documented normal asymmetry previously visible only in postmortem studies. MATERIALS AND METHODS With the aid of three-dimensional renderings of the supratemporal cortex, the area… CONTINUE READING

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