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Image shows white matter in the brain.

(Image caption: A visualization of the brain, reconstructed from MRI scans, shows tracts of white matter connecting different regions of the brain to one another. A new study that uses computational modeling to investigate brain stimulation finds.

It looks like art, but its Neuroscience. White matter fiber architecture of the brain. Measured from diffusion spectral imaging (DSI). The fibers are color-coded by direction: red = left-right, green = anterior-posterior, blue = through brain stem. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging, Randy Buckner, PhD and the Laboratory of Neuro Imaging. --- Human connectome project

The Human Connectome project maps the synapses in the brain

White Matter Structure in Brain Predicts Cognitive Function at Ages 1 and 2 – Neuroscience News

White Matter Structure in Brain Predicts Cognitive Function at Ages 1 and 2 – Neuroscience News

The Human Connectome Project, an unparelleled compilation of neurons in the human brain

Multi-colored picture of the human brain from different angles depicting brain activity

How our brain networks: Research reveals white matter 'scaffold' of human brain

For the first time, neuroscientists have systematically mapped the white matter "scaffold" of the human brain, the critical communications network that supports brain function.

Images of white matter fibers from the Human Connectome Project.  White matter connects neurons acros the brain and lets them send signals to each other.  The colors represent the directions the fibers travel. http://www.humanconnectomeproject.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/Tracts-3-720x517.jpg

Brain Fibers: White matter fibers of the human brain are tracked with diffusion tensor imaging.

Physically Fit Kids Have Beefier White Matter than Less Fit Peers - NeuroscienceNews.com - A new study of 9 and 10-year-olds finds that those who are more aerobically fit have more fibrous and compact white-matter tracts in the brain than their peers who are less fit. The image is credited to Kubicki et al.

The image shows the white matter structure of the human brain (taken by MRI).

The Fazekas scale is used to simply quantify the amount of white matter T2 hyperintense lesions usually attributed to chronic small vessel ischaemia, although clearly not all are due to this.  It divides the white matter in periventricular and deep white matter, and each is given a grade depending on the size and confluence of lesions.  http://radiopaedia.org/articles/fazekas-scale-for-white-matter-lesions

The Fazekas scale is used to simply quantify the amount of white matter

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