Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine / 2013 / Article / Fig 3

Research Article

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

Figure 3

The amplitude (first column) and phase (second column) images are calculated by using the transfer function analysis for the respiratory (first row) and cardiac (second row) frequency bands. A pixel with a negative value (displayed in red color) has a signal-time curve leading the reference function. A pixel with a positive value (displayed in green color) indicates its signal-time curve is lagging the reference signal. The white color implies no or very small delays, and yellow color implies either a leading or a delay of .

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