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Amygdalar nuclei and hippocampal subfields on MRI: Test-retest reliability of automated volumetry across different MRI sites and vendors

Published inNeuroImage, vol. 218, 116932
Publication date2020
Abstract

The amygdala and the hippocampus are two limbic structures that play a critical role in cognition and behavior, however their manual segmentation and that of their smaller nuclei/subfields in multicenter datasets is time consuming and difficult due to the low contrast of standard MRI. Here, we assessed the reliability of the automated segmentation of amygdalar nuclei and hippocampal subfields across sites and vendors using FreeSurfer in two independent cohorts of older and younger healthy adults.

Keywords
  • Amygdalar nuclei
  • FreeSurfer
  • Hippocampal subfields
  • Multicenter MRI study
  • Reliability analysis
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QUATTRINI, Giulia et al. Amygdalar nuclei and hippocampal subfields on MRI: Test-retest reliability of automated volumetry across different MRI sites and vendors. In: NeuroImage, 2020, vol. 218, p. 116932. doi: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2020.116932
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ISSN of the journal1053-8119
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