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7.0 Tesla MRI Brain White Matter Atlas

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: 2012년 11월 29일
ISBN 10
: 8997140477
ISBN 13
: 9788997140473
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: Hard Cover   |    484page   |    230*300 mm
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TDI : A New Generation Super-Resolution DTI (Diffusion Tensor Imaging) Technique
7.0-T MRI DTI with New TDI (Track-Density Imaging) Technique

Abstract &; Summary

One of the most important advances in the field of neuroscience and brain related research is the development of the visualizing technique of the human nervous system or white matter atlas in-vivo. MRI white matter tractography and track densitogram is one of them, and has been of great interest since the early development of MRI in the mid 80’s. Diffusion Tensor Imaging, also known as DTI, has been actively studied for over the last two decades or so, and succeeded in obtaining markedly improved representations of the fiber or white matter tracts of the human nervous system both in-vivo as well as with cadaver brain. White matter tractography, however, suffered a number of difficulties such as shortcoming in detection of fiber crossings and detection of small fibers mainly due to the limited sensitivity, resolution, and the techniques commonly used today.
Improvements to the spatial resolution and the sensitivity of white matter tractography, therefore, require high sensitivity as well as new tractographic techniques for the better visualization of the fine details of the fiber density as well as their distributions in the human brain. In this respect, two important developments have been emerged in this field, namely ultra-high field (UHF) MRI such as 7.0T MRI and the new image post-processing technique known as Track Density Imaging (TDI). These two developments are the two major components of the new white matter imaging atlas of the present book. In this book, we have improved the imaging of white matter by advancement of the two major aspects mentioned earlier, namely improvement of the sensitivity and resolution by using the UHF 7.0T MRI and newly developed super resolution white matter track density imaging technique, the Super Resolution TDI technique.
We believe this new book represents the result of these two new major developments, that is, the higher resolution and higher sensitivity image improvement, and even further resolution improvement from the super-resolution tractography-based technique. These two improvements allowed us to visualize in-vivo the human nervous system with the finest resolution and sensitivity, which should have wide ranging implications, from the study of human brain diseases such as multiple sclerosis to Alzheimer’s disease and functional connectivity study in modern neuroscience.
In addition to the two improvements, the present white matter atlas is further enhanced by incorporation of the ultra-high resolution anatomical images of 7.0T MRI, which were obtained simultaneously with the TDI image data, and assisted us to identify the tracks and fibers in relation to the anatomical landmark structures, such as AC (Anterior Commissure) and PC (Posterior Commissure) or the mammillary body.
We hope this new book will be a useful addition to the field of brain research as well as to the clinical setting, such as for the “Human Connectome” project and for the diagnosis of various neurological diseases such as multiple sclerosis and Alzheimer’s disease.

Zang-Hee Cho, Ph.D, Editor
Fernando Calamante, Ph.D, Co-Editor

* Foreword
Recent advances in neuroimaging, especially the advancement of the newly emerging tools and technology such as the ultra-high field MRI brought about revolution in the fields of medical imaging and neuro-anatomy.
This “Human Brain White Matter Atlas” is the product of the new 7.0T MRI technology with new TDI (Track Density Imaging) technique with superb knowledge on human neuroanatomy and, for the first time, began to show vividly in-vivo human fiber tracts of the finest details such as the medial forebrain bundle (MFB) never before possible. These images will assist not only the neuroscientist but also many clinicians in the areas from neurology and neurosurgery to psychiatry.
This book is also a new white matter track reference book for the students, and other academic personnel for the research as well as clinical arena, and has been edited by a team of experts in neuroscience and anatomy at Neuroscience Research Institute, Gachon University, Korea, in cooperation with the Florey Neuroscience Institutes, University of Melbourne, Australia.
Authors of the book are the frontiers of each specialized field, from MRI imaging and image processing technology to the brain anatomy.
This book, for the first time, began to visualize the inner fiber structures of the thalamus as well as many small fibers, such as the fasciculus retroflexus, mammillotegmental tract, and ansa peduncularis in the brain hitherto difficult to capture with conventional DTI at lower field MRI such as 1.5T or 3.0T MRI.
I feel it would be a timely publication considering the fact that there is an increasing demand of human brain tractography and connectivity research worldwide as well as numerous clinical demands in many neurological diseases and disorders such as multiple sclerosis and vascular dementia including treatment in neurological and psychiatric disorders using new tools such as the deep brain stimulation (DBS).
For the readers, not only the white matter atlas but also the corresponding anatomical images are shown for reference. The latter would be a useful guide for the analysis and correlation study to the white matter track displayed in this book. Note that both the anatomical images and white matter atlas are from the same subject, therefore, it would be easy and accurate for the correlation study.
I am sure this white matter atlas is the first of its kind with the highest resolution ever obtained using the latest technologies such as 7.0T MRI with advanced artifact corrections such as the susceptibility artifact correction and TDI tractography data processing.
I sincerely hope that this book would serve as an important and useful reference book for the years to come.

Kil Soo Choi, MD Professor Emeritus, Seoul National University
&;
Former Vice President of the World Federation of Neurosurgical Societies (WFNS)


* Preface
One of the most important advances in the field of neuroscience and brain related research is the development of the visualizing the human nervous system or white matter tracts in-vivo. MRI white matter tractography and track densitogram is one of them, and has been of great interest since the early development of MRI in the mid 80’s. Diffusion Tensor Imaging, also known as DTI, has been actively studied for over the last two decades and succeeded in obtaining markedly improved representations of the fiber or white matter tracts of the human nervous system both in-vivo as well as with cadaver brain. White matter tractography, however, suffered a number of difficulties such as shortcoming in detection of fiber crossings and detection of small fibers mainly due to the limited sensitivity and the techniques commonly used today.
Improvements to the spatial resolution and the sensitivity of white matter tractography, therefore, require high sensitivity as well as new tractographic techniques for the better visualization of the fine details of the fiber density as well as their distributions in the human brain. In this respect, recently two important developments have been emerged in this field, namely ultra-high field (UHF) MRI such as 7.0T MRI and the new image post-processing technique known as Track Density Imaging or Super Resolution TDI. These two developments are the two major components
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