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  2. Alhamud A, Taylor PA, van der Kouwe AJW, Meintjes EM. Real-Time Measurement and Correction of Both B0 Changes and Subject Motion in Diffusion Tensor Imaging Using a Double Volumetric Navigated (DvNav) Sequence. NeuroImage. 2015;126:60–71. Read here
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  10. Morris LD, Louw QA, Grimmer KA, Meintjes EM. Targeting pain catastrophization in patients with fibromyalgia using virtual reality exposure therapy: a proof-of-concept study. Journal of Physical Therapy Science. 2015;27(11):3461-3467. Read here
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