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Diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) can reveal detailed white matter anatomy and has the potential to detect abnormalities in specific white matter structures. Such detection and quantification are, however, not straightforward. The voxel-based analysis after image normalization is one of the most widely used methods for quantitative image analyses. To apply this approach to DTI, it is important to examine if structures in the white matter are well registered among subjects, which would be highlydoi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2009.04.057 pmid:19398016 pmcid:PMC2857762 fatcat:xdpezol5ircedbkfdnenwy4hhi