White and grey matter development in utero assessed using motion-corrected diffusion tensor imaging and its comparison to ex utero measures

Authors: Georgia Lockwood-Estrin ZhiQing Wu Maria Deprez Álvaro Bertelsen Simonetti Mary A. Rutherford Serena J Counsell Joseph V Hajnal

Date: 12.03.2019

Magnetic Resonance Materials in Physics, Biology and Medicine


Abstract

Fetal brain diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) offers quantitative analysis of the developing brain. The objective was to 1) quantify DTI measures across gestation in a cohort of fetuses without brain abnormalities using full retrospective correction for fetal head motion 2) compare results obtained in utero to those in preterm infants.

BIB_text

@Article {
title = {White and grey matter development in utero assessed using motion-corrected diffusion tensor imaging and its comparison to ex utero measures},
journal = {Magnetic Resonance Materials in Physics, Biology and Medicine},
pages = {473-485},
keywds = {
Diffusion tensor imaging, infant, premature, fetus, magnetic resonance imaging
}
abstract = {

Fetal brain diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) offers quantitative analysis of the developing brain. The objective was to 1) quantify DTI measures across gestation in a cohort of fetuses without brain abnormalities using full retrospective correction for fetal head motion 2) compare results obtained in utero to those in preterm infants.


}
doi = {10.1007/s10334-019-00743-5},
date = {2019-03-12},
}
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