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Bagnato, F., Gauthier, S. A., Laule, C., Moore, G. R. W., Bove, R., Cai, Z., Cohen-Adad, J., Harrison, D. M., Klawiter, E. C., Morrow, S. A., Oz, G., Rooney, W. D., Smith, S. A., Calabresi, P. A., Henry, R. G., Oh, J., Ontaneda, D., Pelletier, D., Reich, D. S., ... Sicotte, N. L. (2020). Imaging Mechanisms of Disease Progression in Multiple Sclerosis: Beyond Brain Atrophy. Journal of Neuroimaging, 30(3), 251-266. External link

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Eden, D., Gros, C., Badji, A., Dupont, S. M., De Leener, B., Maranzano, J., Zhuoquiong, R., Liu, Y., Granberg, T., Ouellette, R., Stawiarz, L., Hillert, J., Talbott, J., Bannier, É., Kerbrat, A., Edan, G., Labauge, P., Callot, V., Pelletier, J., ... Cohen-Adad, J. (2019). Spatial distribution of multiple sclerosis lesions in the cervical spinal cord. Brain, 142(3), 633-646. External link

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Gros, C., De Leener, B., Badji, A., Maranzano, J., Eden, D., Dupont, S. M., Talbott, J., Zhuoquiong, R., Liu, Y., Granberg, T., Ouellette, R., Tachibana, Y., Hori, M., Kamiya, K., Chougar, L., Stawiarz, L., Hillert, J., Bannier, É., Kerbrat, A., ... Cohen-Adad, J. (2019). Automatic segmentation of the spinal cord and intramedullary multiple sclerosis lesions with convolutional neural networks. NeuroImage, 184, 901-915. External link

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Kerbrat, A., Gros, C., Badji, A., Bannier, É., Galassi, F., Combes, B., Chouteau, R., Labauge, P., Ayrignac, X., Carra-Dalliere, C., Maranzano, J., Granberg, T., Ouellette, R., Stawiarz, L., Hillert, J., Talbott, J., Tachibana, Y., Hori, M., Kamiya, K., ... Cohen-Adad, J. (2020). Multiple sclerosis lesions in motor tracts from brain to cervical cord: spatial distribution and correlation with disability. Brain, 143(7), 2089-2105. External link

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Paugam, F., Lefeuvre, J., Perone, C. S., Gros, C., Reich, D. S., Sati, P., & Cohen-Adad, J. (2019). Open-source pipeline for multi-class segmentation of the spinal cord with deep learning. Magnetic Resonance Imaging, 64, 21-27. External link

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