1Medical Imaging, Flinders Medical Centre, Adelaide, Australia, 2Surgery, Imperial College, London, United Kingdom
Quality Control (QC)
methods for clinical MR tractography using whole-brain Constrained Spherical
Deconvolution (CSD) in individual patients are used to assess the quality of
the acquired data. Clinical scoring of the resulting tractograms demonstrates
robust depiction of anatomically realistic tracts over a range of MR scanners,
acquisitions, and with varying raw image quality. Whole brain CSD shows potential
for clinical use subject to suitable QC measures.