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HARDI dMRI imaging of cervical spinal cord

Originální název

HARDI dMRI imaging of cervical spinal cord

Anglický název

HARDI dMRI imaging of cervical spinal cord

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Our work established an automatic pipeline of cervical spinal cord high angular resolution diffusion imaging (HARDI) data. Our pipeline that projects the diffusion results into high-resolution anatomical space utilizes Spinal Cord Toolbox (SCT), FSL libraries, in-house developed scripts and TORQUE-based batch system for grid computational engines. As one of the first, we are investigating multiple-direction models for human in-vivo spinal cord HARDI dMRI data. The visually inspected preliminary results indicate that significant 2 nd directions are observable as expected based on previously presented mainly animal models. Our work provides an essential clinical tool that will allow quantifying spinal cord and dorsal spinal roots alterations in various neurological diseases in vivo.

Anglický abstrakt

Our work established an automatic pipeline of cervical spinal cord high angular resolution diffusion imaging (HARDI) data. Our pipeline that projects the diffusion results into high-resolution anatomical space utilizes Spinal Cord Toolbox (SCT), FSL libraries, in-house developed scripts and TORQUE-based batch system for grid computational engines. As one of the first, we are investigating multiple-direction models for human in-vivo spinal cord HARDI dMRI data. The visually inspected preliminary results indicate that significant 2 nd directions are observable as expected based on previously presented mainly animal models. Our work provides an essential clinical tool that will allow quantifying spinal cord and dorsal spinal roots alterations in various neurological diseases in vivo.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT136661,
  author="Jakub {Zimolka} and Zuzana {Piskořová} and Alena {Svátková} and Petr {Bednařík} and Tomáš {Horák} and Pavel {Hok} and Josef {Bednařík} and Petr {Hluštík} and Christophe {Lenglet} and René {Labounek}",
  title="HARDI dMRI imaging of cervical spinal cord",
  annote="Our work established an automatic pipeline of cervical spinal cord high angular resolution diffusion imaging (HARDI) data. Our pipeline that projects the diffusion results into high-resolution anatomical space utilizes Spinal Cord Toolbox (SCT), FSL libraries, in-house developed scripts and TORQUE-based batch system for grid computational engines. As one of the first, we are investigating multiple-direction models for human in-vivo spinal cord HARDI dMRI data. The visually inspected preliminary results indicate that significant 2 nd directions are observable as expected based on previously presented mainly animal models. Our work provides an essential clinical tool that will allow quantifying spinal cord and dorsal spinal roots alterations in various neurological diseases in vivo.",
  address="Brno University of Technology",
  booktitle="Proceedings of the 23rd conference Student EEICT",
  chapter="136661",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="Brno University of Technology",
  year="2017",
  month="april",
  pages="305--307",
  publisher="Brno University of Technology",
  type="conference paper"
}