Sandrine Duteil

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Calf blood flow was measured simultaneously in healthy human subjects (n = 7) during cuff inflation and deflation using near-infrared diffuse correlation spectroscopy (DCS) and arterial spin labeled perfusion MRI (ASL-MRI). The DCS and ASL-MRI data exhibited highly correlated absolute and relative dynamic flow responses in each individual (p < 0.001). Peak(More)
Arterial spin labeling (ASL) perfusion measurements allow the follow-up of muscle perfusion with high temporal resolution during a stress test. Automated image processing is proposed to estimate perfusion maps from ASL images. It is based on two successive analyses: at first, automated rejection of the image pairs between which a large displacement is(More)
T(1)-based determination of perfusion was performed with the high temporal and spatial resolution that monitoring of exercise physiology requires. As no data were available on the validation of this approach in human muscles, T(1)-based NMRI of perfusion was compared to standard strain-gauge venous occlusion plethysmography performed simultaneously within a(More)
Mechanisms generating BOLD contrast are complex and depend on parameters that are prone to large variations, in particular in skeletal muscle. Here, we simultaneously measured perfusion by ASL, and BOLD response in the calf muscle of 6 healthy volunteers during post-ischemic reactive hyperemia. We tested whether the relation between the two was altered for(More)
One hundred patients presenting with exercise intolerance or rhabdomyolysis episodes have been examined successively by 31P Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy (MRS) of leg plantar flexor muscles with exercise test. In all cases a muscle biopsy was performed. At the end of investigations, diagnosis of a metabolic myopathy was made in 33 patients:(More)
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