Understanding Development and Lateralization of Major Cerebral Fiber Bundles in Pediatric Population Through Quantitative Diffusion Tensor Tractography

@article{Trivedi2009UnderstandingDA,
  title={Understanding Development and Lateralization of Major Cerebral Fiber Bundles in Pediatric Population Through Quantitative Diffusion Tensor Tractography},
  author={Richa Trivedi and Shruti Agarwal and Ram Kishore Singh Rathore and Sona Saksena and Rajendra Prashad Tripathi and Gyanendra Kumar Malik and Chandra Mani Pandey and Rakesh Kumar Gupta},
  journal={Pediatric Research},
  year={2009},
  volume={66},
  pages={636-641}
}
Region of interest based morphometric diffusion tensor imaging analysis, has been used extensively for the assessment of age-related changes in human brain, is limited to two dimensions and does not reflect the whole fiber bundle; however, diffusion tensor tractography (DTT) offers an overall view of individual fiber bundle in three-dimensional spaces. Quantitative DTT was performed on 51 healthy subjects of pediatric age range and young adults to compare age-related fractional anisotropy (FA… CONTINUE READING
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