Diffusion MRI of the Brain: The location of nerve fibers is inferred by tracking the movement of water molecules along them.

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Computational Diffusion Mri and Brain Connectivity : Miccai Workshops, Nagoya, Japan, September 22nd,

Computational Diffusion Mri and Brain Connectivity : Miccai Workshops, Nagoya, Japan, September 22nd,

A brain-imaging method called diffusion MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) is relatively new to the field of neuroscience, though it shows promise as a diagnostic tool. Here, an image taken from the brain of a patient who suffered a stroke in the thalamus and midbrain, resulting in damage to certain axons (some are visible at the bottom of the image).

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Diffusion MRI image of a patient who has suffered a stroke in the thalamus. This has resulted in major disruptions to certain axon tracts, some of which are visible at the bottom of the figure.

diffusion spectrum MRI (DSI) images of fiber pathways in the brain of cats at age 10 days (top) and three months

diffusion spectrum MRI (DSI) images of fiber pathways in the brain of cats at age 10 days (top) and three months. Look how many more pathways there are, and how much more complex they are, at three months!

This beautiful picture is a special DTI( Diffusion MRI) imaging technique that focuses on the axons of neurons in the brain, allowing to test neuronal circuits.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diffusion_tensor_imaging#Diffusion_tensor_imaging

antonio_damasio_the_quest_to_understand_consciousness -This beautiful picture is a special DTI( Diffusion MRI) imaging technique that focuses on the axons of neurons in the brain, allowing to test neuronal circuits.

Diffusion Mri: Theory Methods And Applications PDF

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Layer-Specific Intracortical Connectivity Revealed with Diffusion MRI  (Figure 4)

Layer-Specific Intracortical Connectivity Revealed with Diffusion MRI (Figure - DocCheck Pictures

Textured Brain by Alfred Anwander and Robin M. Heidemann. The image was created through a technique called diffusion MRI, a process where the spread of water molecules through neural tissue can be measured while revealing the amazing number of connections in the brain. via geekosystem #Brain_Art #Alfred_Anwander #Robin_M_Heidemann

Textured Brain by Alfred Anwander and Robin M. The image was created through diffusion MRI, a process where the spread of water molecules through neural tissue can be measured while revealing the amazing number of connections in the brain.

Computational Diffusion Mri and Brain Connectivity : Miccai Workshops, Nagoya, Japan, September 22nd,

Computational Diffusion Mri and Brain Connectivity : Miccai Workshops, Nagoya, Japan, September 22nd,

Computational Diffusion Mri and Brain Connectivity : Miccai Workshops, Nagoya, Japan, September

Plush toy, or Science? White matter connections in the human brain are imaged using diffusion MRI. This “connectome” is output from a 2008 study by Gigandet et al attempting to determine statistical confidence in mapping neural connectivity.

Plush toy, or Science? White matter connections in the human brain are imaged using diffusion MRI. This “connectome” is output from a 2008 study by Gigandet et al attempting to determine statistical confidence in mapping neural connectivity.

Diffusion MRI Outside the Brain - Antonio Luna

Diffusion MRI Outside the Brain - Antonio Luna

3D reconstruction from diffusion MRI data showing a tractography of a live human brain.

reconstruction from diffusion MRI data showing a tractography of a live human brain. DTI: Diffusion Tensor Imaging, makes visible the network of fiber tracks throughout the brain.

Fig 3: Cardiac MRI showing diffuse thickening of both ventricles, with lateral midwall enhancement extending to the apex of the left ventricle, consistent with Fabry disease. Citation:   María A. Azancota, Josefa Vilaa, Carmen Domínguezb, Xavier Serresc, Eugenia Espinela, "Multiple parapelvic cysts in Fabry disease", Nefrologia (English Version) 2016;36:310-2

Fig 3: Cardiac MRI showing diffuse thickening of both ventricles, with lateral midwall enhancement extending to the apex of the left ventricle, consistent with Fabry disease. Citation: María A. Azancota, Josefa Vilaa, Carmen Domínguezb, Xavier Serresc, Eugenia Espinela, "Multiple parapelvic cysts in Fabry disease", Nefrologia (English Version) 2016;36:310-2

Connecting the dots: Water diffusion MRI reveals plasticity networks in remote nonstimulated brain regions

Connecting the dots: Water diffusion MRI reveals plasticity networks in remote nonstimulated brain regions

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