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2007 journal article

An independent component analysis approach for minimizing effects of recirculation in dynamic susceptibility contrast magnetic resonance imaging


By: Y. Wu n, H. An*, H. Krim n & W. Lin n

author keywords: cerebral ischemia; dynamic susceptibility contrast; gamma-variate fitting; independent component analysis; perfusion-weighted imaging; recirculation
MeSH headings : Adult; Brain / blood supply; Brain / metabolism; Cerebrovascular Circulation / physiology; Contrast Media / metabolism; Female; Humans; Image Processing, Computer-Assisted / methods; Magnetic Resonance Imaging; Male; Stroke / metabolism
TL;DR: Results obtained from simulation, normal healthy volunteers, and acute stroke patients show that independent component analysis can greatly minimize the effects of recirculation despite a substantial overlap between the first passage and recirculating. (via Semantic Scholar)
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