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fMRI low distortion - Leuven

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


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This ExamCard is set to minimize the distortions in fMRI scans in areas like the temporal lobe. It combines a 3D acquisition, with high spatial resolution, fast readout and a large SENSE factor (in two directions) to reduce the distortions and obtain a robust fMRI signal. A dynamic scan-time of 3.6 seconds is obtained for 32 slices of 1.5 mm.



A multi-shot 3D FFE sequence is run with a TE of 28 ms. The TR is set to 100 ms combined with a low flip-angle of 25 degrees. Thirty-two slices are scanned with a slice thickness of 1.5 mm.


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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