Tractography dissection variability: What happens when 42 groups dissect 14 white matter bundles on the same dataset?

K.G. Schilling*, F. Rheault, L. Petit, C.B. Hansen, V. Nath, F.C. Yeh, G. Girard, M. Barakovic, J. Rafael-Patino, T. Yu, E. Fischi-Gomez, M. Pizzolato, M. Ocampo-Pineda, S. Schiavi, E.J. Canales-Rodriguez, A. Daducci, C. Granziera, G. Innocenti, J.P. Thiran, L. ManciniS. Wastling, S. Cocozza, M. Petracca, G. Pontillo, M. Mancini, S.B. Vos, V.N. Vakharia, J.S. Duncan, H. Melero, L. Manzanedo, E. Sanz-Morales, A. Pena-Melian, F. Calamante, A. Attye, R.P. Cabeen, L. Korobova, A.W. Toga, A.A. Vijayakumari, D. Parker, R. Verma, A. Radwan, S. Sunaert, L. Emsell, A. De Luca, A. Leemans, C.J. Bajada, H. Haroon, H. Azadbakht, M. Chamberland, S. Genc, S. Michielse

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Original languageEnglish
Article number118502
Number of pages18
JournalNeuroimage
Volume243
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Nov 2021

Keywords

  • Tractography
  • Bundle segmentation
  • White matter
  • Fiber pathways
  • Dissection
  • PRINCIPAL EIGENVECTOR MEASUREMENTS
  • TENSOR IMAGING TRACTOGRAPHY
  • DIFFUSION MRI
  • IN-VIVO
  • FRACTIONAL ANISOTROPY
  • ANATOMICAL ACCURACY
  • ARCUATE FASCICULUS
  • MEAN DIFFUSIVITY
  • CORPUS-CALLOSUM
  • FIBER PATHWAYS

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