Functional MRI : Methods and Applications

@inproceedings{Clare2007FunctionalM,
  title={Functional MRI : Methods and Applications},
  author={Stuart Clare},
  year={2007}
}
The technique of functional magnetic resonance imaging is rapidly moving from one of technical interest to wide clinical application. However, there are a number of questions regarding the method that need resolution. Some of these are investigated in this thesis. High resolution fMRI is demonstrated at 3.0 T, using an interleaved echo planar imaging technique to keep image distortion low. The optimum echo time to use in fMRI experiments is investigated using a multiple gradient echo sequence… CONTINUE READING

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