Poster 42: Ryan Tatton – Simulations of dMRI Reconstruction Explore Effects of Axonal Spacing

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Faculty mentor: Edward Hsu

We present a versatile numerical phantom for characterization of reconstruction techniques’ limitations in diverse axonal environments. A method for modeling compartment exchange is set forth. The numerical phantom’s utility is demonstrated by assessing the angular resolution of DSI and Exact Q Ball with increasing axonal spacing. The simulation environment shows promise for augmenting current efforts to characterize reconstruction methods.

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