Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Regional Cerebral Blood Oxygenation Changes During Breath Holding

Recently, noninvasive MRI methods have been developed that are now capable of detecting and mapping regional hemodynamic responses to various stress tests, which involve the use of vasoactive substances such as acetazolamide or inhalation of carbon dioxide. The aim of this study was to assess regional cerebral blood oxygenation changes during breath holding at 1.5 T.
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Andreas Kastrup, MD; Tie-Qiang Li, PhD; Atsuchi Takahashi, PhD; Gary H. Glover, PhD; Michael E. Moseley, PhD

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