Data from: Use of anisotropy, 3D segmented atlas, and computational analysis to identify gray matter subcortical lesions common to concussive injury from different sites on the cortex

Kulkarni P, Kenkel W, Finklestine SP, Barchet TM, Ren J, Davenport M, Shenton ME, Kikinis Z, Nedelman M, Ferris CF

Date Published: June 2, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.58c73

 

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Title FA_L1_RA_Comparison
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Description Measures of Diffusion paramerers (FA, RD, AD, ADC..) following lateral fluid percussion injury to the forebrain (n=5) and hindbrain (n=8) cortex. Statistical differences between 150 brain regions comparing values between the affected ipsilateral side (right) and the contralateral side (left) are rank order for significance. Values are presented as the mean and standard deviation (SD). Areas shown in blue are common to both sites of cortical injury. Arrows denote the direction of the difference between the affected and control sides.
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Description Raw and Analyzed DTI data
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Title Caudal_TBI.tar
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Description Raw and Analyzed DTI data of Caudal Insult.
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Kulkarni P, Kenkel W, Finklestine SP, Barchet TM, Ren J, Davenport M, Shenton ME, Kikinis Z, Nedelman M, Ferris CF (2015) Use of anisotropy, 3D segmented atlas, and computational analysis to identify gray matter subcortical lesions common to concussive injury from different sites on the cortex. PLOS ONE 10(5): e0125748. http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0125748

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Kulkarni P, Kenkel W, Finklestine SP, Barchet TM, Ren J, Davenport M, Shenton ME, Kikinis Z, Nedelman M, Ferris CF (2015) Data from: Use of anisotropy, 3D segmented atlas, and computational analysis to identify gray matter subcortical lesions common to concussive injury from different sites on the cortex. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.58c73
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