Anisotropic and isotropic MPG comparison for better depiction of pyramidal tract in the patients
Yuichi Suzuki 1 , Yoshitaka Masutani 1 , Kuniaki Saito 2 , Akira Kunimatsu 1 , Akitake Mukasa 2 , Masaki Katsura 1 , Katsuya Maruyama 3 , Thorsten Feiweier 4 , Kenji Ino 1 , Yasushi Watanabe 1 , Takeo Sarashina 1 , Masami Goto 1 , Jiro Sato 1 , Keiichi Yano 1 , Nobuhito Saito 2 , and Kuni Ohtomo 1
Department of Radiology, The University of
Tokyo Hospital, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, Japan,
of Neurosurgery, The University of Tokyo Hospital,
Siemens Japan, Tokyo, Japan,
care Neurology Applications Development, Siemens AG,
Our goal is to compare the depiction abilities among our
anisotropic MPG set and Jones (isotropic) MPG sets for
the brain disease patients.
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