Skip to page navigation menu Skip entire header
Brown University
Skip 13 subheader links

Bactrian camel neuroimaging: diffusion-weighted magnetic resonance (set 3): coronal view


These files contain diffusion-­weighted magnetic resonance data collected using various techniques & coefficients specified within each folder. Each set of volumetric data has been in the coronal view and saved as a single set of DICOM data. Only image files containing visible brain tissue have been saved and included in this set. Diffusion­-weighted magnetic resonance data was collected at Brown University on a Siemens 3 Tesla PRISMA scanner. The following conditions apply to this data: Sequence: echo-­planar two-­dimensional (EP2D). Weighting: multi­-directional diffusion weighting (MDDW). Echo Time: 103 ms. Diffusion magnitude measure: apparent diffusion coefficient (ADC). Transfer Syntax: Little Endian Explicit. Slice Thickness: 1.20 mm. L-­R Angle: 0°. S-­I Angle: -90°. Scan Mode: ep2d_diff_mddw_1.8_TE103. Number of Slices: 96.
Imaging modalities: Diffusion-weighted magnetic resonance
View: Coronal view


Walsh, Edward, Collins, Scott, Leary, Owen, et al., "Bactrian camel neuroimaging: diffusion-weighted magnetic resonance (set 3): coronal view" (2016). Bactrian Camel Brain Imaging, Brown University Open Data Collection. Brown Digital Repository. Brown University Library.


Has Parts:

  • README for Diffusion-weighted magnetic resonance studies
    • Type: Pdf
    • Order: 1
    • View
  • README for Diffusion-weighted camel brain (set 3)
    • Type: Pdf
    • Order: 2
    • View


  • Bactrian Camel Brain Imaging

    This case study is the result of collaboration between neuroanthropology researchers at George Washington University and neuroimaging researchers at Rhode Island Hospital & Brown University and serves as a means of exploring the efficacy of several medical imaging modalities in …

  • Brown University Open Data Collection

    This collection contains open and publicly-funded data sets created by Brown University faculty and student researchers. Increasingly, publishers, and funders are requiring that protocols, data sets, metadata, and code underlying published research be retained and preserved, their locations cited within …