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Event-Related fMRI - Leuven

Sunaert, Stefan, M.D. Leuven, University of Leuven Belgium


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This ExamCard is used for event-related (ER) fMRI scans. For this scan a TR of 2 seconds is applied in order to follow the hemodynamic response of a single brain activation event. This ExamCard further includes standard surveys and a high resolution T1-3DTFE measurement.



Event-related paradigms most often consist of short functional brain related activations like picture naming or recognition. The TR is fixed to 2000 ms while 180 dynamic scans are performed. Thirty-six slices are scanned with a slice thickness of 3.75 mm (no gap) to yield full brain coverage.


Within the ExamCard, for all scans, text and images are provided. Within the fMRI protocol the fMRI paradigms and IViewBold analysis are further described.

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