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A Study of Whiter Matter Fiber Tractography in Young Internet Addiction Disorder using a Brain Diffusion Tensor Magnetic Resonance Imaging

뇌 확산텐서 자기공명영상을 이용한 청소년 인터넷 중독자의 백질 섬유로에 관한 연구

Goo, Eun-Hoe
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  • Received : 2015.12.30
  • Accepted : 2016.12.01
  • Published : 2016.01.30

Abstract

The goal of this study is to investigate corpus callosum and both internal capsule changes with the internet addiction disorder compared to control group using MR diffusion tensor imaging. A total of 22 teenager volunteers who had 10 high-risk group with internet addiction and 12 normal control group were conducted for this study. Imaging was conducted on a 3 T using a EPI sequence. Image evaluation was analysed of the FA, ADC($10^{-3}mm^2/s$), length(mm). We did select ROI for image tracking on corpus callosum of 5 and including 2(internal capsule). The data from these ROIs were compared statistically among the groups using independent t-test, correlation coefficient. There were significant inter-group differences(p<0.05) among FA, ADC($10^{-3}mm^2/s$) and length(mm). And also significantly negative correlations were fond between FA values of corpus callosum and IAD scale(p=0.000). DTI was shown significant changes of FA and ADC, LNF values in IAD compared to control group. Therefore, our results may provided clinical information for brain wite matter functions.

Keywords

internet addiction disorder;diffusion tensor imaging;fractional anisotropy

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