This page shows the publications co-authored by Ron Kikinis and Lauren O'Donnell.
Zhang F, Xie G, Leung L, Mooney MA, Epprecht L, Norton I, Rathi Y, Kikinis R, Al-Mefty O, Makris N, Golby AJ, O'Donnell LJ. Creation of a novel trigeminal tractography atlas for automated trigeminal nerve identification. Neuroimage. 2020 Jun 20; 220:117063.
Zhang F, Noh T, Juvekar P, Frisken SF, Rigolo L, Norton I, Kapur T, Pujol S, Wells W, Yarmarkovich A, Kindlmann G, Wassermann D, San Jose Estepar R, Rathi Y, Kikinis R, Johnson HJ, Westin CF, Pieper S, Golby AJ, O'Donnell LJ. SlicerDMRI: Diffusion MRI and Tractography Research Software for Brain Cancer Surgery Planning and Visualization. JCO Clin Cancer Inform. 2020 03; 4:299-309.
Xie G, Zhang F, Leung L, Mooney MA, Epprecht L, Norton I, Rathi Y, Kikinis R, Al-Mefty O, Makris N, Golby AJ, O'Donnell LJ. Anatomical assessment of trigeminal nerve tractography using diffusion MRI: A comparison of acquisition b-values and single- and multi-fiber tracking strategies. Neuroimage Clin. 2020; 25:102160.
Norton I, Essayed W, Zhang F, Pujol S, Yarmarkovich A, Golby AJ, Kindlmann G, Wassermann D, Estepar RSJ, Rathi Y, Pieper S, Kikinis R, Johnson HJ, Westin CF, O'Donnell LJ. SlicerDMRI: Open Source Diffusion MRI Software for Brain Cancer Research. Cancer Res. 2017 11 01; 77(21):e101-e103.
Kapur T, Pieper S, Fedorov A, Fillion-Robin JC, Halle M, O'Donnell L, Lasso A, Ungi T, Pinter C, Finet J, Pujol S, Jagadeesan J, Tokuda J, Norton I, Estepar RSJ, Gering D, Aerts HJWL, Jakab M, Hata N, Ibanez L, Blezek D, Miller J, Aylward S, Grimson WEL, Fichtinger G, Wells WM, Lorensen WE, Schroeder W, Kikinis R. Increasing the impact of medical image computing using community-based open-access hackathons: The NA-MIC and 3D Slicer experience. Med Image Anal. 2016 10; 33:176-180.
Gering DT, Nabavi A, Kikinis R, Hata N, O'Donnell LJ, Grimson WE, Jolesz FA, Black PM, Wells WM. An integrated visualization system for surgical planning and guidance using image fusion and an open MR. J Magn Reson Imaging. 2001 Jun; 13(6):967-75.
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