L7-BOLD - 7.15 Schematic representations of the fMRI BOLD...

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7.1 Effects of blood deoxygenation upon MR relaxation constants.
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7.2 A schematic illustration of blood-oxygenation-level dependent (BOLD) contrast.
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7.14 Summary of BOLD signal generation. (Part 1)
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7.14 Summary of BOLD signal generation. (Part 2)
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7.5 Changes in oxygenated and deoxygenated hemoglobin following neuronal stimulation.
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7.7 Spatial specificity of the BOLD initial dip.
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7.16 Relative changes in cerebral blood flow and cerebral blood volume following neuronal activity.
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7.8 Milestones in the development of fMRI.
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5.22 An EPI pulse sequence (A) and its k -space trajectory (B).
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5.23 Artifacts due to misalignment of EPI images.
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5.24 Signal loss due to susceptibility artifacts in EPI images.
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5.25 Effects of small field variation upon EPI images. (Part 1)
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5.25 Effects of small field variation upon EPI images. (Part 2)
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5.26 Spiral imaging.
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Unformatted text preview: 7.15 Schematic representations of the fMRI BOLD hemodynamic response. 7.17(B) Data from the individual trials that make up Figure 7.17(A). 7.4 Positron emission tomography (PET) imaging. 7.3 Magnetic properties of oxygenated and deoxygenated hemoglobin. 7.9 One of the earliest EPI images. 7.10 Computerized tomography imaging. (Part 1) 7.10 Computerized tomography imaging. (Part 2) 7.11 The first use of BOLD fMRI for functional mapping of the human brain. (Part 1) 7.12 Changes in BOLD activity associated with presentations of single discrete events. 7.13 Functional MRI using exogenous contrast. 7.17(A) A sample fMRI time course from a single voxel in the motor cortex. 7.6 The astrocyte–neuron lactate model. 7.11 The first use of BOLD fMRI for functional mapping of the human brain. (Part 2)...
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