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The saturation level, which can be modulated by neuronal activity, alters the regional paramagnetism and, hence, the relaxation times of the magnetization of blood and the transverse relaxation time of the magnetization of tissue in the vicinity of blood vessels. The articles are written by independent authors in the style of journal review articles but are more than just bibliographical reviews; they are written to introduce a field of study to the reader and to summarize the advancement.
An extensive bibliography of original research papers companions each article. Analyzing the sequence of images pixel by pixel, one expects to find the image pixel intensity changes in accordance with the timing of the challenges or tasks at the brain locations that are involved. With this simple idea of the conventional fMRI scan in mind, this book describes the mechanism of the pixel intensity change related to the BOLD effect, the relationship between the BOLD effect and the neuronal activation, and research and health-related applications of fMRI.
The book assumes the reader is already familiar with the MRI scanner, which is, of course, not an issue to a neuroradiologist.
The figures are properly reproduced. Part I contains five articles that describe the BOLD effect and its coupling to the neuronal activity induced by functional stimuli by S. Kim and P. Bandettini , the basic MRI physics and imaging principles by A.
Pinus and F. Mohamed , fMRI experiment design and data analysis by G.
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Aguirre , challenges and limitations of fMRI by R. Constable , and clinical challenges by N. Pouratian and S. This part reviews the general aspects of the fMRI technology. The article on MRI physics is very dense; it is probably better used as a refresher for readers who already have some exposure to the theory of operation of MRI. Hirsch , memory in aging and dementia by A. Saykin and H. Wishart , language systems by J.
Binder , the Wada test by B. McDonald, A. Saykin, J.