7704 INVESTIGATION OF ARTIFICIAL INCREASE OF FRACTIONAL ANISOTROPY ( FA ) DUE TO TRUNCATION ARTIFACT IN DTI DATA AND COMPENSATION USING TOTAL VARIATION CONSTRAINED DATA EXTRAPOLATION


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D. Güllmar, F. Schweser, J. Reichenbach
2013

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Güllmar, D., Schweser, F., & Reichenbach, J. (2013). 7704 INVESTIGATION OF ARTIFICIAL INCREASE OF FRACTIONAL ANISOTROPY ( FA ) DUE TO TRUNCATION ARTIFACT IN DTI DATA AND COMPENSATION USING TOTAL VARIATION CONSTRAINED DATA EXTRAPOLATION.

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Güllmar, D., F. Schweser, and J. Reichenbach. “7704 INVESTIGATION OF ARTIFICIAL INCREASE OF FRACTIONAL ANISOTROPY ( FA ) DUE TO TRUNCATION ARTIFACT IN DTI DATA AND COMPENSATION USING TOTAL VARIATION CONSTRAINED DATA EXTRAPOLATION” (2013).

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Güllmar, D., et al. 7704 INVESTIGATION OF ARTIFICIAL INCREASE OF FRACTIONAL ANISOTROPY ( FA ) DUE TO TRUNCATION ARTIFACT IN DTI DATA AND COMPENSATION USING TOTAL VARIATION CONSTRAINED DATA EXTRAPOLATION. 2013.


Abstract

left), wm-rh-postcentral (upper-right), wm-lh-precentral (lower left), wm-rh-precentral (lower right). Each subfigure contains a histogram for distance to the pial surface, a plot for mean FA with respect to pial surface distance from unfiltered (uncorrected) and filtered (corrected) data, as well as a diagram showing the mean difference between both datasets with respect to pial distance. 7704 INVESTIGATION OF ARTIFICIAL INCREASE OF FRACTIONAL ANISOTROPY (FA) DUE TO TRUNCATION ARTIFACT IN DTI DATA AND COMPENSATION USING TOTAL VARIATION CONSTRAINED DATA EXTRAPOLATION Daniel Güllmar, Ferdinand Schweser, and Jürgen R Reichenbach Medical Physics Group, Institute of Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology I, Jena University Hospital Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Jena, Germany