Optimizing the detection of white matter fMRI using asymmetric spin echo spiral

  title={Optimizing the detection of white matter fMRI using asymmetric spin echo spiral},
  author={Jodie R. Gawryluk and Kimberly D. Brewer and Steven D. Beyea and Ryan C. N. D'Arcy},
The majority of functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) studies restrict their focus to gray matter regions because this tissue is highly perfused relative to white matter. However, an increasing number of studies are reporting fMRI activation in white matter. The current study had two objectives: 1) to evaluate whether it is possible to detect white matter fMRI activation and 2) to determine whether certain MRI contrast mechanisms are more sensitive to white matter activation (i.e., BOLD… CONTINUE READING
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