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April, 2019

Compensation of Gradient Field Nonlinearity and Signal Drift in Diffusion Weighted MRI

Apr. 1, 2019—Colin B. Hansen,¬†Vishwesh Nath, Kurt G. Schilling, Justin A. Blaber, Baxter P. Rogers,¬†Bennett A. Landman, “Compensation of Gradient Field Nonlinearity and Signal Drift in Diffusion Weighted MRI.” ISBI, Venice, Italy, 2019 Diffusion weighted magnetic resonance imaging (DW-MRI) represents an important method of studying local brain tissue microarchitecture and structural connectivity. Interpretation of DW-MRI is challenging...

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Learning 3D White Matter Microstructure from 2D Histology

Apr. 1, 2019—Histological analysis is typically the gold standard for validating measures of tissue microstructure derived from magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) contrasts. However, most histological investigations are inherently 2-dimensional (2D), due to increased field-of-view, higher in-plane resolutions, ease of acquisition, decreased costs, and a large number of available contrasts compared to 3-dimensional (3D) analysis. Because of this,...

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