fsl-oxford-striatal-atlas – probabilistic atlas of the human brain’s sub-striatal regions

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This package provide both a structural and a connectivity atlas of the human striatum. For the latter, sub-striatal regions are segmented according to their white-matter connectivity to cortical areas. This connectivity atlas reports anatomical connection from points in the striatum to each of 7 cortical zones obtained using probabilistic diffusion tractography in multiple subjects.

In the structural atlas sub-striatal regions are segmented according to the anatomical structure. Striatum is divided into caudate, putamen and ventral striatum according to the guidelines described by Tziortzi et al., NeuroImage 54: 264-77. The sub-regions were manually delineated on the non-linear MNI152 template.

This package is part of FSL.

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