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Abstract #3354

Spatially inhomogeneous CBV-CBF relationship across human visual cortex

Jie Huang1

1Department of Radiology, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, United States

Cerebral blood volume (CBV) is related with cerebral blood flow (CBF), and knowing this relationship may play an important role in quantitative BOLD-fMRI studies. A recent MRI study reports a varied CBV-CBF relationship both spatially and with sex. This study investigated the behaviors of CBV and CBF across the visual cortex at both rest and activation states, and the analysis showed a spatially inhomogeneous CBV-CBF relationship across the visual cortex.

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