DTI-based visualization strategies for the pyramidal tract

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ENDERS, Frank, Dorit MERHOF, Peter HASTREITER, Marc STAMMINGER, Rudolf FAHLBUSCH, Christopher NIMSKY, 2006. DTI-based visualization strategies for the pyramidal tract. In: GMS current topics in computer and robot assisted surgery. 1, Doc07

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