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Differential functional benefits of ultra highfield MR systems within the language network.

Geißler A, Matt E, Fischmeister F, Wurnig M, Dymerska B, Knosp E, Feucht M, Trattnig S, Auff E, Fitch WT, Robinson S, Beisteiner R - Neuroimage (2014)

Bottom Line: Improvement is expected from ultra highfield systems but studies on possible benefits for cognitive networks are lacking.During data acquisition and analysis we made particular efforts to minimize effects not related to static magnetic field strength differences.We conclude that functional UHF benefits are evident, however these depend crucially on the brain region investigated and the ability to control local artifacts.

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Affiliation: Study Group Clinical fMRI, Department of Neurology, Medical University of Vienna, Austria; High Field MR Center, Medical University of Vienna, Austria; Department of Neurology, Medical University of Vienna, Austria.

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Broca/Wernicke behavior of the functional activation measures (compare Table 2). Only Wernicke's area showed a significant (marked by an asterisk ‘*’) ultra highfield benefit. Error bars indicate standard deviation.
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f0020: Broca/Wernicke behavior of the functional activation measures (compare Table 2). Only Wernicke's area showed a significant (marked by an asterisk ‘*’) ultra highfield benefit. Error bars indicate standard deviation.


Differential functional benefits of ultra highfield MR systems within the language network.

Geißler A, Matt E, Fischmeister F, Wurnig M, Dymerska B, Knosp E, Feucht M, Trattnig S, Auff E, Fitch WT, Robinson S, Beisteiner R - Neuroimage (2014)

Broca/Wernicke behavior of the functional activation measures (compare Table 2). Only Wernicke's area showed a significant (marked by an asterisk ‘*’) ultra highfield benefit. Error bars indicate standard deviation.
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f0020: Broca/Wernicke behavior of the functional activation measures (compare Table 2). Only Wernicke's area showed a significant (marked by an asterisk ‘*’) ultra highfield benefit. Error bars indicate standard deviation.
Bottom Line: Improvement is expected from ultra highfield systems but studies on possible benefits for cognitive networks are lacking.During data acquisition and analysis we made particular efforts to minimize effects not related to static magnetic field strength differences.We conclude that functional UHF benefits are evident, however these depend crucially on the brain region investigated and the ability to control local artifacts.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Study Group Clinical fMRI, Department of Neurology, Medical University of Vienna, Austria; High Field MR Center, Medical University of Vienna, Austria; Department of Neurology, Medical University of Vienna, Austria.

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Related in: MedlinePlus