Non-Contrast Mapping of Arterial Delay and Functional Connectivity Using Resting-State functional MRI: a Study in Moyamoya Patients
Thomas Christen 1 , Hesamoddin Jahanian 1 , Wendy Wei Ni 1 , Deqiang Qiu 1 , Michael E Moseley 1 , and Greg Zaharchuk 1
Department of Radiology, Stanford
University, Stanford, California, United States
In this work, we investigated if delays in resting-state
spontaneous fluctuations of the BOLD (sfBOLD) signal can
be used to create maps similar to time-to-maximum of the
residue function (Tmax) in Moyamoya patients and to
determine whether these delays affect the results of
brain connectivity mapping.
This abstract and the presentation materials are available to members only;
a login is required.