Skeletal muscle BOLD MRI: from underlying physiological concepts to its usefulness in clinical conditions.

@article{Jacobi2012SkeletalMB,
  title={Skeletal muscle BOLD MRI: from underlying physiological concepts to its usefulness in clinical conditions.},
  author={Bjoern Jacobi and Georg P. Bongartz and Sasan Partovi and A Schulte and Markus Aschwanden and Alan B. Lumsden and Mark G. Davies and Matthias Loebe and Georg P Noon and S Karimi and J Lyo and Daniel Staub and Rolf W. Huegli and Deniz Bilecen},
  journal={Journal of magnetic resonance imaging : JMRI},
  year={2012},
  volume={35 6},
  pages={1253-65}
}
Blood oxygenation-level dependent (BOLD) MRI has gained particular attention in functional brain imaging studies, where it can be used to localize areas of brain activation with high temporal resolution. To a higher degree than in the brain, skeletal muscles show extensive but transient alterations of blood flow between resting and activation state. Thus, there has been interest in the application of the BOLD effect in studying the physiology of skeletal muscles (healthy and diseased) and its… CONTINUE READING
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