obust MR-based approaches to quantifying white matter structure nd structure / function alterations in Huntington ’ s disease

@inproceedings{Steventona2015obustMA,
  title={obust MR-based approaches to quantifying white matter structure nd structure / function alterations in Huntington ’ s disease},
  author={essica J. Steventona and Rebecca C. Truemanb and Anne E. Rosserb and Derek K. Jonesa},
  year={2015}
}
  • essica J. Steventona, Rebecca C. Truemanb, +1 author Derek K. Jonesa
  • Published 2015
Background: Huge advances have been made in understanding and addressing confounds in diffusion MRI data to quantify white matter microstructure. However, there has been a lag in applying these advances in clinical research. Some confounds are more pronounced in HD which impedes data quality and interpretability of patient-control differences. This study presents an optimised analysis pipeline and addresses specific confounds in a HD patient cohort. Method: 15 HD gene-positive and 13 matched… CONTINUE READING
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