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A comparative study of the sensitivity of diffusion-related parameters obtained from diffusion tensor imaging, diffusional kurtosis imaging, q-space analysis and bi-exponential modelling in the early disease course (24 h) of hyperacute (6 h) ischemic stroke patients

Bibliographic reference Duchêne, Gaëtan ; Peeters, Frank ; Peeters, André ; Duprez, Thierry. A comparative study of the sensitivity of diffusion-related parameters obtained from diffusion tensor imaging, diffusional kurtosis imaging, q-space analysis and bi-exponential modelling in the early disease course (24 h) of hyperacute (6 h) ischemic stroke patients. In: Magnetic Resonance Materials in Physics, Biology and Medicine, (2017)
Permanent URL http://hdl.handle.net/2078.1/184626
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