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Susceptibility weighted imaging (SWI)
In this work, the best approach for combining magnitude and phase images is discussed and Mathematical arguments are presented to determine the number of phase mask multiplications that should take place.
Small vessels in the human brain: MR venography with deoxyhemoglobin as an intrinsic contrast agent.
To assess a magnetic resonance (MR) imaging method for depicting small veins in the brain, a three-dimensional, long echo time, gradient-echo sequence that depended on the paramagnetic property of
Clinical applications of neuroimaging with susceptibility‐weighted imaging
Susceptibility‐weighted imaging is currently being tested in a number of centers worldwide as an emerging technique to improve the diagnosis of neurological trauma, brain neoplasms, and neurovascular diseases because of its ability to reveal vascular abnormalities and microbleeds.
In vivo measurement of blood oxygen saturation using magnetic resonance imaging: A direct validation of the blood oxygen level‐dependent concept in functional brain imaging
The results validate the blood oxygenation level‐dependent (BOLD) model in functional MRI (fMRI) inFunctional MRI 5:341–346, 1997.
Magnetic susceptibility-weighted MR phase imaging of the human brain.
Improved processing of susceptibility-weighted MR phase images offers a new means of contrast for neuroimaging applications.
Broca's area and the language instinct
Increase of activation over time in Broca's area was specific for 'real' language acquisition only, independent of the kind of language.