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Diffusion tensor imaging tractography applied in normal volunteers is able to resolve normal supratentorial fiber tracts (including various association fibers, projection fibers, and commissural fibers).
Diffusion tensor imaging, which is based on the orientation-dependent water diffusion, can be achieved using a single-shot diffusion-weighted (DW) spin-echo echoplanar imaging (EPI) pulse sequence, in which 2 symmetric trapezoidal gradient pulses are added around a 180[degrees] refocusing pulse in the required gradient channel.
With new technologies, such as parallel imaging and diffusion tensor imaging, leading to even more potential applications, the future of diffusion imaging is bright and its potential unrestricted.
White matter involvement in idiopathic Parkinson disease: a diffusion tensor imaging study," American Journal of Neuroradiology, vol.
Functional deficits and behavioural abnormalities were analysed at adolescent (P30) and adult (P90) developmental stage and the same animals were partially used for postmortem diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) performed at P125 to evaluate long-term microstructural white matter changes and mRNA analysis of neuroplasticity-associated genes.
Barrio and Small note in their paper that FDDNP PET scan is just one approach to in vivo CTE detection--with alternative techniques such as blood-based biomarkers, functional MRI and diffusion tensor imaging being explored by other researchers.
Diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) is an advanced MR technique that has been recently applied for localizing the epileptic focus in TLE patients [9-11].
The technique, called diffusion tensor imaging (DTI), is an enhanced version of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).
Recent advances in MRI neuroimaging, using diffusion tensor imaging, allow us to observe how the human brain network differs over ages or between patients and healthy controls".
10,11] Diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) studies have also reported evidence of widespread disconnection in the brains of individuals with SZ.
Diffusion Tensor Imaging (Mori & Zhang, 2006) provides excellent sensitivity and specificity in PD to identifier structural abnormalities in the SN (Du et al.

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