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Figure 17: Axial magnetic resonance imaging at the level of no compression (a) and corresponding fractional anisotropy map (b) in diffusion tensor imaging, whereas axial magnetic resonance imaging at the level of compression (c) and corresponding level diffusion tensor imaging with reduced fractional anisotropy values (d)

Figure 17: Axial magnetic resonance imaging at the level of no compression (a) and corresponding fractional anisotropy map (b) in diffusion tensor imaging, whereas axial magnetic resonance imaging at the level of compression (c) and corresponding level diffusion tensor imaging with reduced fractional anisotropy values (d)