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Accuracy and reproducibility of automated white matter hyperintensities segmentation with lesion segmentation tool: A European multi-site 3T study

Federica Ribaldi 1, 2 Daniele Altomare 2 Jorge Jovicich 3 Clarissa Ferrari 1 Agnese Picco 4 Francesca Benedetta Pizzini 5 Andrea Soricelli 6 Anna Mega 1 Antonio Ferretti 7 Antonios Drevelegas 8 Beatriz Bosch 9 Bernhard Müller 10 Camillo Marra 11 Carlo Cavaliere 6 David Bartrés-Faz 9 Flavio Nobili 4 Franco Alessandrini 5 Frederik Barkhof 12, 13 Helene Gros-Dagnac 14 Jean-Philippe Ranjeva 15, 16 Jens Wiltfang 17 Joost Kuijer 13 Julien Sein 16 Karl-Titus Hoffmann 18 Luca Roccatagliata 1 Lucilla Parnetti 19 Magda Tsolaki 8 Manos Constantinidis 8 Marco Aiello 6 Marco Salvatore 6 Martina Montalti 1 Massimo Caulo 20 Mira Didic 21 Núria Bargallo 22 Olivier Blin 21 Paolo Rossini 23 Peter Schonknecht 24 Piero Floridi 25 Pierre Payoux 14 Pieter Jelle Visser 26 Régis Bordet 27 Renaud Lopes 27 Roberto Tarducci 28 Stephanie Bombois 27 Tilman Hensch 29 Ute Fiedler 30 Jill Richardson 31 Giovanni Frisoni 2 Moira Marizzoni 1
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Federica Ribaldi, Daniele Altomare, Jorge Jovicich, Clarissa Ferrari, Agnese Picco, et al.. Accuracy and reproducibility of automated white matter hyperintensities segmentation with lesion segmentation tool: A European multi-site 3T study. Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Elsevier, 2021, 76, pp.108-115. ⟨10.1016/j.mri.2020.11.008⟩. ⟨hal-03500597⟩

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