Detecting and estimating the regions of activation in CBF activation studies in human brain

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Many studies of brain function with positron emission tomography (PET) involve the interpretation of a subtracted PET image, usually the difference between two images of cerebral blood flow (CBF) under baseline and activation conditions. In many cognitive studies, the activation is so slight (4-8%) that the experiment must be repeated on several subjects… (More)

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@inproceedings{Worsley2007DetectingAE, title={Detecting and estimating the regions of activation in CBF activation studies in human brain}, author={Keith J. Worsley and Alan C. Evans and Sean Marrett and Peter Neelin}, year={2007} }