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Abstract #4669

Age-specific DTI templates for human brain from 28 days  to children

Mengxuan Li1, Xianjun Li1, Yuli zhang1, Miaomiao Wang1, Chao Jin1, Congcong Liu1, Yannan Cheng1, Xiaoyu Wang1, Huifang Zhao1, Fan Wu1, Cong Tian1, Peiyao Chen1, Xiaocheng Wei2, and Jian Yang1
1Radiology, the First Affiliated Hospital, Xi'an Jiaotong University, Xi'an, China, Xi'an, China, 2MR Research China, GE Healthcare, Bei Jing, China

The human brain develops rapidly from 28 days to children,there are distinct developmental trends at different ages.This period is important and difficult to acquire the images because of motion artifacts.Diffusion Tensor Imaging(DTI)was used to study brain structure.When analyzing DTI images of different individuals,a common standard space is needed to ensure the tissue diffusion information used for different individual images corresponds to the same spatial location.To understand how the human brain develops between 28 days and children,it is essential to make age-specific DTI templates for human brain.We built DTI templates for human brain of six periods from 28 days to children.

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