Time-shift Resting-state Functional Connectivity MRI in Supratentorial glioma, a preliminary study
Jianrui Li 1 , Qiang Xu 2 , Zhiqiang Zhang 1 , and Guangming Lu 1
Medical Imaging, Jingling Hospital, School
of Medicine, Nanjing University, Nanjing, Jiangsu,
Imaging, Jingling Hospital, School of Medicine, Nanjing,
Time-shift functional connectivity based resting-state
fMRI has proven a non-invasive and effective tool for
measuring hemodynamic property of brain, and has been
applied to reflect perfusion abnormality in cerebral
diseases, such as ischemic stroke , moya-moya disease
 and epilepsy . In this work, we preliminarily
assessed the feasibility of this approach on diagnosis
assessment of supratentorial glioma.
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