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Distribution and fibre field similarity mapping of the human anterior commissure fibres by diffusion tensor imaging

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Mar 17, 2010

Markand Dipankumar PatelP G Batchelor

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The anterior commissure is a critical interhemispheric pathway in animals, yet its connections in humans are not clearly understood. Its distribution has shown to vary greatly between species, and it is thought that in humans it may convey axons from a larger territory than previously t...read more

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Distribution and fibre field similarity mapping of the human anterior commissure fibres by diffusion tensor imaging

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