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Activity Number: 487
Type: Topic Contributed
Date/Time: Wednesday, August 3, 2016 : 8:30 AM to 10:20 AM
Sponsor: ENAR
Abstract #320805 View Presentation
Title: SENSE-Induced Correlation in Simultaneous Multi-Slice fMRI
Author(s): Daniel Rowe*
Companies: Marquette University
Keywords: fMRI ; correlation ; SENSE ; SMS ; multiband ; MRI

In fMRI, it is important to acquire images of the brain as rapidly as physically possible to cover the necessary brain, but also to capture cognitive temporal dynamics. The SENSE in-plane reconstruction technique has greatly contributed to decreasing image scan time. It has been shown that in-pane SENSE reconstruction yields long-range correlation between voxels in the folds. The same SENSE technique has been applied through-plane to decrease scan time. It is shown that when SENSE is applied through-plane, it yields long-range correlation between voxels in the slices.

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