DTI vs HARDI
Imeka is your best ally when it comes to getting the most out of the science of diffusion imaging. Our fiber tractography technique, based on HARDI (high angular resolution diffusion imaging) instead of DTI (diffusion tensor imaging), makes a huge difference in the regions you can target by making tractography robust to crossing fibres and able to reconstruct a larger extent of white matter bundles than DTI.
Using Imeka’s models, HARDI techniques can be employed on clinical data. No need for a HCP (Human Connectome Project) like acquisition protocol, 30+ directions dMRI acquisition is usable.
Maxime Descoteaux, our founder and CSO, led a consortium that published a Nature Communications paper specifically on that matter.
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