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Functional MR of the brain: ABC for Beginners. It’s a good moment to review functional anatomy. 
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Congress: ECR 2016
Poster No.: C-1153
Type: Educational Exhibit
Keywords: Education and training, Imaging sequences, Computer Applications-Detection, diagnosis, MR, CNS
Authors: I. García Duitama, S. Castaner, A. Camins, M. Cos, M. Pérez Rubiralta, L. Farras Roca, C. Majós; Barcelona/ES
DOI:10.1594/ecr2016/C-1153

Background

Table of contents:

 

1) Background.

2) Basics of topographic functional anatomy: What is the symptom – where is the lesion?.

3) Understandig fMRI. Problem based learning – cases to the functional diagnosis.

4) Techniques related to fMRI.

5) Conclusion.

 

 

1. Background.

 

 

Brain function has always fascinated the scientific community. Throughout the 19th and 20th centuries, most of what was known about cortical representation of cerebral functions was acquired through pathology models or in vivo direct stimulation of the brain’s surface. More recently with the arrival of medical imaging methods, such as Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography (SPECT), Proton Emission Tomography – Computed Tomography (PET-CT) and functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI), we have a more physiologically based understanding of cerebral complexity. fMRI combines high anatomical resolution with information about cortical activation to obtain detailed maps of the specific areas involved in a given task [1]. 

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