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by Heidi Johansen-Berg,Timothy E.J. Behrens

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  • Author: Heidi Johansen-Berg,Timothy E.J. Behrens
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  • Publisher: Academic Press; 1 edition (May 4, 2009)
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Section III covers the topic of diffusion MRI for in vivo neuroanatomy

Section III covers the topic of diffusion MRI for in vivo neuroanatomy.

Diffusion MRI is a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) method that produces in vivo images of biological tissues weighted with the local microstructural characteristics of water diffusion, providing an effective means of visualizing functional connectivities in the nervous system

Diffusion MRI is a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) method that produces in vivo images of biological tissues weighted with the local microstructural characteristics of water diffusion, providing an effective means of visualizing functional connectivities in the nervous system.

Diffusion MRI is a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) method that produces in vivo images of biological tissues weighted with the local microstructural characteristics of water . Heidi Johansen-Berg, Timothy .

Diffusion MRI is a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) method that produces in vivo images of biological tissues weighted with the local microstructural characteristics of water diffusion, providing an effective means of visualizing functional connectivities in the nervous system.

Heidi Johansen-Berg, Timothy . Diffusion MRI is a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) method that produces in vivo images of biological tissues weighted with the local microstructural characteristics of water diffusion, providing an effective means of visualizing functional connectivities in the nervous system.

In vivo tractography based on diffusion magnetic resonance imaging (dMRI) has opened new doors to study . Quantitative tractography metrics, such as streamline length, have successfully been used in the study of brain pathology

In vivo tractography based on diffusion magnetic resonance imaging (dMRI) has opened new doors to study structure-function relationships in the human brain. Initially developed to map the trajectory of major white matter tracts, dMRI is used increasingly to infer long-range anatomical connections of the cortex. Quantitative tractography metrics, such as streamline length, have successfully been used in the study of brain pathology. To date, these studies have relied on a priori knowledge of which tracts are affected by injury or pathology and manual delineation of regions of interest (ROIs) for use as waypoints in tractography.

Section III: Diffusion MRI for In vivo Neuroanatomy.

Hardcover ISBN: 9780123964601. This book covers the fundamental theory of diffusion imaging, discusses its most promising applications to basic and clinical neuroscience, and introduces cutting-edge methodological developments that will shape the field in coming years. Written by leading experts in the field, it places the exciting new results emerging from diffusion imaging in the context of classical anatomical techniques to show where diffusion studies might offer unique insights and where potential limitations lie. Key Features. Section III: Diffusion MRI for In vivo Neuroanatomy.

Diffusion MRI: from quantitative measurement to in vivo neuroanatomy. H Johansen-Berg, TEJ Behrens. JX O’Reilly, MW Woolrich, TEJ Behrens, SM Smith, H Johansen-Berg. Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 7 (5), 604-609, 2012. Academic Press, 2013. Distinct and overlapping functional zones in the cerebellum defined by resting state functional connectivity. JX O'Reilly, CF Beckmann, V Tomassini, N Ramnani, H Johansen-Berg. Function in the human connectome: task-fMRI and individual differences in behavior. DM Barch, GC Burgess, MP Harms, SE Petersen, BL Schlaggar,. Neuroimage 80, 169-189, 2013.

by: Johansen-Berg, Heidi; Behrens, Timothy . Publisher: Academic Press. Print ISBN: 9780123747099, 0123747090.

Diffusion MRI is a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) method that produces in vivo images of biological tissues weighted with the local microstructural characteristics of water diffusion, providing an effective means of visualizing functional connectivities in the nervous system. This book is the first comprehensive reference promoting the understanding of this rapidly evolving and powerful technology and providing the essential handbook for designing, analyzing or interpreting diffusion MR experiments.The book presents diffusion imaging in the context of well-established, classical experimental techniques, so that readers will be able to assess the scope and limitations of the new imaging technology with respect to techniques available previously. All chapters are written by leading international experts and cover methodology, validation of the imaging technology, application of diffusion imaging to the study of variation and development of normal brain anatomy, and disruption to the white matter in neurological disease or psychiatric disorder. • Discusses all aspects of a diffusion MRI study from acquisition, through analysis, to interpretation, providing an essential reference text for scientists designing or interpreting diffusion MR experiments• Practical advice on running an experiment• Full color throughout
Reviews about Diffusion MRI: From quantitative measurement to in-vivo neuroanatomy (2):
Best West
As a beginning researcher learning the ropes of diffusion-weighted magnetic resonance imaging, I have found this textbook to be invaluable. It contains a thorough survey of information beneficial to the research scientist. The intended audience of the textbook is the research community, although it is accessible to others interested in DWI techniques.

The textbooks is broken into three major sections. Section I acts as an introduction to the techniques and methodology of diffusion MRI. Several chapters provide basic instruction on the principles of diffusion in neural tissue, the use of MRI to quantify diffusion, pulse sequence construction, Gaussian modeling, and other techniques that contribute to practical as well as conceptual knowledge of DWI.

Section II focuses on the use of diffusion MRI for quantitative measurement. Chapters in the this section thoroughly cover the anatomy and physiology of white matter, structural and functional significance of white matter, inferring microstructural information from diffusion MRI, cross-subject comparison, limitations of common diffusion MRI techniques, and the use of DWI in various patient populations.

Section III covers the topic of diffusion MRI for in vivo neuroanatomy. These chapters discuss MR diffusion tractography, linking structure and function in the human brain, connectivity fingerprinting of gray matter, and cross-species comparison using DWI techniques.

Overall, this textbook is excellent for a beginning level or advanced researcher employing DWI techniques. It provides a thorough summary of relevant concepts, techniques, methodological concerns, and uses of DWI techniques. I will be consulting this text frequently in the years to come.
Deeroman
A successful researcher in Diffusion Weighted magnetic resonance Imaging (DWI) of brain connectivity needs to be aware of the physics of diffusion and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR), the methodology of DWI and the anatomy and physiology of brain white matter. This book brings all this in one well edited volume. A brief overview of the physics of Diffusion and NMR is given. This is followed by a very thorough exposition of DWI methodology. Everything from basic pulse sequence design, to tract reconstruction to validation is explained. The book literally summarizes the vast body of literature on DWI methodology in a set of well authored chapters which serve as an executive overview and a guide to further reading. You get the feeling that you have a map to help you navigate through an otherwise vast and chaotic body of literature. Around one quarter of the book is devoted to the anatomy, physiology and functional significance of white matter.

In my opinion, the book does an impressive job when it comes to DWI methodology and white matter biology. Nevertheless, readers interested in the physics (diffusion and NMR) or the pulse sequences involved in DWI will not be satisfied with the book''s brief treatment. There are no chapters dedicated to covering mathematical background so readers looking for an explanation of the Fourier transform, the Radon transform, Bayesian theory or any of other mathematical techniques employed in DWI will be disappointed.

BOTTOM LINE: Veteran DWI researchers may find most of the content on methodology a repetition of what they already know from literature but probably they would find the neat summary as well as the chapters on white matter beneficial. Other researchers will find this book most valuable as an executive summary and a guide to further reading. Radiologists and medical practitioners will probably find this book too complicated for their purpose.

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