Corey A. Baron

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PURPOSE The dependence of diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) eigenvalues and fractional anisotropy (FA) on short diffusion times was investigated using oscillating gradient spin echo (OGSE) and pulsed gradient spin echo (PGSE) DTI in the human brain in vivo. THEORY AND METHODS DTI was performed in seven healthy volunteers at 4.7 Tesla (T) with b = 300 s/mm(2)(More)
PURPOSE An acquisition method that does not increase scan time or specific absorption rate is investigated for reducing the deleterious effects of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) partial volume effects on diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) tractography. It is based on using a shorter repetition time (TR) by means of slice acquisition re-ordering to reduce the signal(More)
Concomitant gradient fields are transverse magnetic field components that are necessarily present to satisfy Maxwell's equations when magnetic field gradients are utilized in magnetic resonance imaging. They can have deleterious effects that are more prominent at lower static fields and/or higher gradient strengths. In diffusion tensor imaging schemes that(More)
PURPOSE A readout-segmented method for acquiring robust GRAPPA calibration data for echo-planar imaging (EPI) was proposed and compared with two previous methods, including the gold standard interleaved approach and a single shot method with halved phase encode resolution. THEORY AND METHODS The readout-segmented and single shot techniques acquire(More)
The involvement of the human amygdala in emotion-related processing has been studied using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) for many years. However, despite the amygdala being comprised of several subnuclei, most studies investigated the role of the entire amygdala in processing of emotions. Here we combined a novel anatomical tracing protocol(More)
PURPOSE To develop a retrospective nonrigid motion-correction method based on 3D image-based navigators (iNAVs) for free-breathing whole-heart coronary magnetic resonance angiography (MRA). METHODS The proposed method detects global rigid-body motion and localized nonrigid motion from 3D iNAVs and compensates them with an autofocusing algorithm. To model(More)
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Diffusion-weighted imaging (DWI) of tissue water is a sensitive and specific indicator of acute brain ischemia, where reductions of the diffusion of tissue water are observed acutely in the stroke lesion core. Although these diffusion changes have been long attributed to cell swelling, the precise nature of the biophysical mechanisms(More)
Rats were subjected to standard conditions of hemorrhagic shock. Animals were sacrificed 5 minutes and two hours after reinjection of blood which had effused into a syringe. The extent of shock was determined by measuring the acid base balance of the serum. Cerebral concentrations of NE, DA, DOPAC, HVA, 5-HT and 5-HIAA were measured and compared to(More)
This work is an attempt to connect the electro-encephalogram (EEG) and monitor of cerebral function (MCF) recordings during the experimental stimulation of the rabbit brain whether this is in the from of direct central stimulation, by stereotaxic location, or in the form of indirect stimulation via a peripheral nerve. These stimulations, performed under(More)
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