Brain Perfusion Quantification and Functional Analysis of Quadra-Echo Arterial Spin Labeling

  • T.Anil Raju, B.Uma Maheswari, N.Charan Teja, Ch.Sandhya, Ch.Sai Kalyan

Abstract

ASL is an onintrusive MRI-based technique which quantifies the cerebrum blood flow. As of late, the ASL investigation as a useful tool has risen as soon as the CBF variance comes from the brain cell vessels, resulting in a spatial reaction based on the BOLD contrast compared to the standard functional MRI strategy. In spite of the fact that the BOLD impact could be used to examine the functionality of the brain, in the event that one plan to evaluate CBF, such impact is considered differentiate. A method that provides both quantification and functional analysis of brain in concurrent acquisition is the utilization of Quadra reverberation (QE-ASL). Assess the data gave by QE-ASL in regards to CBF evaluation and practical availability with an engine task is the purpose of ours. Two echo signals, the one being perfusion sensitive, the other being BOLD sensitive are used by standard BOLD and ASL techniques. In addition, to that the Spatial resolution and inclusion are reduced because of the T1 decay of marked ASL blood. This technique uses a four echoes sequence for a block-design feature fMRI combined with a Multi-Band BOLD echo 2- dimensional image (Multiband multi-echo Arterial spin labeling). This technique is provided by two echoes, one infusion-immune and the other is Blood oxygenation level dependent-immune. A4- Echo band acquisition was used for optimizing cerebrum coverage and reducing slice effects on the Arterial spin labeling signal.

Keywords: ASL, QE-ASL, BOLD, MRI perfusion, CBF.

Published
2020-05-06
How to Cite
T.Anil Raju, B.Uma Maheswari, N.Charan Teja, Ch.Sandhya, Ch.Sai Kalyan. (2020). Brain Perfusion Quantification and Functional Analysis of Quadra-Echo Arterial Spin Labeling. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(06), 3204 - 3212. Retrieved from https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/13899