A Voxel-based Morphometric Analysis of Brain in Congenitally Deaf Patients
Wenjing Li; Yong Li; Junfang Xian; Zhaohui Liu; Xiaocui Wang; Sha Liu; Zhenchang Wang; Huiguang He
Source Publication临床放射学杂志
2010-02-20
Volume29Issue:2Pages:166
AbstractObjective To evaluate changes of brain volume in congenital deaf patients with a voxel-based morphometric analysis. Materials and Methods A 3D fast spoiled gradient echo sequence to collect 196 contiguous 1-mm thick,T1-weighted images in the sagittal plane was performed in 18 congenital deaf patients and 22 volunteers. DARTEL(Diffeomorphic Anatomical Registration Through Exponential Lie Algebra) was applied to complete voxel-based morphometric analysis of grey and white matter. Threshold P <0.001 with exten...
KeywordDeaf Brain Morphometry Magnetic Resonance Imaging
DOICNKI:SUN:LCFS.0.2010-02-010
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Identifierhttp://ir.ia.ac.cn/handle/173211/20570
Collection复杂系统管理与控制国家重点实验室_影像分析与机器视觉
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Wenjing Li,Yong Li,Junfang Xian,et al. A Voxel-based Morphometric Analysis of Brain in Congenitally Deaf Patients[J]. 临床放射学杂志,2010,29(2):166.
APA Wenjing Li.,Yong Li.,Junfang Xian.,Zhaohui Liu.,Xiaocui Wang.,...&Huiguang He.(2010).A Voxel-based Morphometric Analysis of Brain in Congenitally Deaf Patients.临床放射学杂志,29(2),166.
MLA Wenjing Li,et al."A Voxel-based Morphometric Analysis of Brain in Congenitally Deaf Patients".临床放射学杂志 29.2(2010):166.
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