Assessment of the Reproducibility of BOLD signal-based Hemodynamic MRI
Toshihiko Aso 1 and Hidenao Fukuyama 1
Human Brain Research Center, Kyoto
University Graduate School of Medicine, Kyoto, Kyoto,
Mapping of temporal delay in rs-fMRI signal is
potentially useful as a contrast agent-free hemodynamic
imaging. Our test-retest reliability study revealed that
time-lag, magnitude and maximum-Z maps all have higher
consistency than a functional connectivity map.
Particularly the striking day-to-day stability
encourages use of this technique for longitudinal
observation in patients.
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