Optimisation of single-shell HARDI for neonatal imaging
Jacques-Donald Tournier 1 , Emer Hughes 1 , Nora Tusor 1 , A. David Edwards 1 , and Joseph V Hajnal 1
Centre for the Developing Brain, Kings
College London, London, London, United Kingdom
High angular resolution diffusion imaging (HARDI)
sequences are now starting to be used for neonatal
investigations. However, the neonatal brain is very
different from the adult brain, and sequence parameters
should be optimised specifically for use in this cohort.
A recent study used a data-driven approach to optimise
HARDI parameters for use in the adult brain, based on
the angular frequency content of the DW signal. In this
study, we use this approach to investigate the optimal
imaging parameters for use in neonates.
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