Improving Interaction and Perception of Brain Structure using Fiber Clustering

SPIE Newsroom - 2007
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The imaging of axonal fibers and connectivity in the human brain are improved by grouping anatomically similar fibers. Diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) is an emerging technique in magnetic resonance imaging. Recently, it has been the object of increased interest in neuroscience applications seeking to image brain fiber tracts. Examples are the identification of major white matter tracts in the human brain afflicted by a specific pathology or those particularly at risk for a given surgical approach.

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@Article { KVLBHKRP07,
  author       = "Klein, Jan and Vilanova, Anna and Ledochowitsch, P. and Bittihn, P. and Hahn, H.K. and Konrad, O. and
                  Rexilius, J and Peitgen, H.-O.",
  title        = "Improving Interaction and Perception of Brain Structure using Fiber Clustering",
  journal      = "SPIE Newsroom",
  year         = "2007",
  url          = ""

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