Atlas of Brain Function—2nd Edition

      The adoption of 3T magnetic resonance equipment in diagnostic neuroradiology has permitted the development and improvement of particular techniques, such as diffusion and trattography (DTI), the tridimensional visualization (3D) of the nerves' fibers, and the performance of functional studies which allow evaluation and exploration of specific areas of the brain.
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