Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine / 2013 / Article / Fig 1

Research Article

Transfer Function Analysis of Respiratory and Cardiac Pulsations in Human Brain Observed on Dynamic Magnetic Resonance Images

Figure 1

Analysis of a dataset acquired from a slice through the third ventricle. The 180th to the 479th dynamic images had stable respiratory and cardiac pulsations (pointed by arrows) as shown in the periodogram (a). The first image of the 512 dynamic images is used to display anatomy (b). Temporal-standard-deviation image illustrates the flow-related enhancement caused by oscillatory flows (c).
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