Functional magnetic resonance imaging and the brain: A brief review
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AbstractFunctional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) is employed in many behavior analysis studies, with blood oxygen level dependent- (BOLD-) contrast imaging being the main method used to generate images. The use of BOLD-contrast imaging in fMRI has been refined over the years, for example, the inclusion of a spin echo pulse and increased magnetic strength were shown to produce better recorded images. Taking careful precautions to control variables during measurement, comparisons between different specimen groups can be illustrated by fMRI imaging using both quantitative and qualitative methods. Differences have been observed in comparisons of active and resting, developing and aging, and defective and damaged brains in various studies. However, cognitive studies using fMRI still face a number of challenges in interpretation that can only be overcome by imaging large numbers of samples. Furthermore, fMRI studies of brain cancer, lesions and other brain pathologies of both humans and animals are still to be explored.
All Author(s) ListMaggie S M Chow, Sharon L Wu, Sarah E Webb, Katie Gluskin, D T Yew
Journal nameWorld journal of radiology
Title of PublicationWorld Journal of Radiology
Volume Number9
Issue Number1
PublisherBaishideng Publishing Group
Pages5 - 9
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom

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