White matter development during late adolescence in healthy males: A cross-sectional diffusion tensor imaging study

@article{Ashtari2007WhiteMD,
  title={White matter development during late adolescence in healthy males: A cross-sectional diffusion tensor imaging study},
  author={Manzar Ashtari and Kelly L. Cervellione and Khader M. Hasan and Jinghui Wu and Carolyn McIlree and Hana Kester and Babak A. Ardekani and David Roofeh and Philip R. Szeszko and Sanjiv Kumra},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2007},
  volume={35},
  pages={501-510}
}
BACKGROUND Previous MRI studies of healthy children have reported age-related white matter (WM) changes in language and motor areas of the brain. The authors investigated WM development in healthy adolescent males through age-associated changes in fractional anisotropy (FA), radial (lambda( perpendicular)) and axial (lambda(||)) diffusivity. METHODS Twenty-four healthy adolescent males (mean age=16.6, SD=2.5 years) were divided into two groups with an age split of 16.9 years and underwent a… CONTINUE READING

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