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Proceedings of the IEEE 32nd Annual Northeast Bioengineering Conference
During the last decade the development of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) has led to the design of numerous imaging techniques. One of these is Diffusion tensor MRI, which measures the motion of hydrogen atoms within water molecules in all three dimensions. In tissues containing a large number of fibers, like skeletal muscle or white brain matter, water tends to diffuse only along the direction of the fibers. The development of Diffusion Tensor MRI has raised hopes in the neural sciencedoi:10.1109/nebc.2006.1629755 fatcat:gj6qaa526jgabitf7vniukrrf4