IBID Brain Template
We used the three-dimensional T1-weighted MRI data of 152 healthy young volunteers. After collecting data using a 64-channel head coil and a 3 Tesla Prisma MRI Scanner, we extracted the brain from each whole-head image. We built the Iranian brain template through a robust iterative algorithm. Basically, each brain extracted MR image was registered to an initial common space; then a tentative average was formed as the reference for the next iteration. This process continued until the difference between two consecutive templates reached and stayed at a minimum.
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