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Kennedy DN, Haselgrove C, McInerney S.
Ment Retard Dev Disabil Res Rev. 2003;9(3):155-60.
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MRI-based morphometric of typical and atypical brain development.
The neuroinformatics landscape
in which human brain morphometry occurs has advanced dramatically
over the past few years. Rapid advancement in image acquisition
methods, image analysis tools and interpretation of morphometric
results make the study of in vivo anatomic analysis both
challenging and rewarding. This has revolutionized our expectations
for current and future diagnostic and investigative work with the
developing brain. This paper will briefly cover the methods of
morphometric analysis available for neuroanatomic analysis, and
tour some sample results from a prototype retrospective database of
neuroanatomic volumetric information. From these observations,
issues regarding the anatomic variability of developmental
maturation of neuroanatomic structures in both typically and
atypically developing populations can be discussed. Copyright 2003
Date: 2008-03-04 01:04
Sender: David Kennedy
Figure 1, lower right panel is
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