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International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine
13th Scientific Meeting & Exhibition and the Society for
Magnetic Resonance Technologists 14th Annual Meeting
Miami Beach, Florida
May 7-13, 2005


The Effects of Dobutamine-induced Blood Pressure Changes on BOLD fMRI Signals in the Human Brain
H Liu, C Rainey, KK Lauer, L Piacentine, A Bloom, R Risinger, E Stein, S-J Li (Proc Intl Soc Mag Reson Med 13:1504)

Years of Prolonged Cocaine Use Alter Brain Activity in Regions of the Anterior Prefrontal Cortex and Orbitofrontal Cortex of Human Brain Detected by fMRI
H Liu, Z Li, R Risinger, S-J Li (Proc Intl Soc Mag Reson Med 13:1502)

CBV-fMRI Signal in Rat Increases Non-Linearly with Whisker Stimulus Frequency But Approximately Linearly with Amplitude
H Lu, T Prieto, JS Hyde  (Proc Intl Soc Mag Reson Med 13:307)

Inferring CBV Changes Using a Single-Shot Half k-Space Stimulated Echo Sequence—Preliminary SE-fMRI Results with a Rat Whisker-Barrel Model at 3T
H Lu, V Roopchansingh, A Jesmanowicz, JS Hyde (Proc Intl Soc Mag Reson Med 13:1097)

Exploring Intervoxel Dependencies in Human Pharmacological fMRI Data
PR Kufahl, DB Rowe, S-J Li (Proc Intl Soc Mag Reson Med 13:1579)

Anticipation Modulates the Acute Cocaine Effect in Human Paralimbic and Executive Cortical Regions: An fMRI Study
PR Kufahl, H Liu, Z Li, R Risinger, C Rainey, L Piacentine, S-J Li (Proc Intl Soc Mag Reson Med 13:1503)

Latency of Cocaine-Induced BOLD Response in Human Subjects Distinguishes Regions within the Orbitofrontal Cortex
PR Kufahl, H Liu, Z Li, R Risinger, C Rainey, L Piacentine, S-J Li (Proc Intl Soc Mag Reson Med 13:1505)

Complex Constant Phase Activation Model Removes Venous BOLD Contribution in fMRI
AS Nencka, DB Rowe (Proc Intl Soc Mag Reson Med 13:495)

Characterizing Extravascular Fluid Transport of Macromolecules in the Tumor Interstitium by MRI
AP Pathak, D Artemov, BD Ward, D Jackson, M Neeman, ZM Bhujwalla (Proc Intl Soc Mag Reson Med 13:247)

Detection of Cocaine-Induced Neural Activation Using Pharmacological Activity Induced Manganese (PhAIM) MRI
ES Paulson, DE Prah, S-J Li (Proc Intl Soc Mag Reson Med 13:1004)

Propofol Infusion with Physiological Monitoring Improves Success for BOLD fMRI in Rats
CP Pawela, AG Hudetz, JS Hyde (Proc Intl Soc Mag Reson Med 13:1045)

Quantitative Assessment of Tumor Perfusion and Ktrans Using Dual-Echo DSC-MRI Signals Compensated for Extravascular Tissue T1 and T2 Relaxation
CC Quarles, RR Price, JC Gore, KM Schmainda (Proc Intl Soc Mag Reson Med 13:2100)

Complex Activation Is More Focal and Concentrated to Parenchymal Tissue
DB Rowe (Proc Intl Soc Mag Reson Med 13)

Voxelwise Bootstrap Resampling of Time Series Blocks in the Analysis of fMRI Resting State Data
DA Soltysik, BD Ward, C Humphries, JS Hyde (Proc Intl Soc Mag Reson Med 13:1526)

Removal of Motion Artifact Responses via Post-Processing Methods in a Block Design fMRI Study
DA Soltysik, JS Hyde (Proc Intl Soc Mag Reson Med 13:1555)

Application of Kalman Filtering to Detection and Estimation of Non-stationary fMRI Signals
BD Ward, Y Mazaheri, V Roopchansingh (Proc Intl Soc Mag Reson Med 13:1596)

Comparison of Functional Synchrony Measured at 3.0 and 1.5 Tesla Scanners during Cognitive Tasks
Y Xu, G Xu, G Wu, TA Hammeke, S-J Li (Proc Intl Soc Mag Reson Med 13:1456)

Estimation of Thermal Noise in the Presence of Artifacts in EPI Images
Y Xu, Y Ma, G Wu, G Xu, S-J Li (Proc Intl Soc Mag Reson Med 13:2282)

Task-Modulation of Low Frequency Oscillations in the Human Brain Detected by fMRI
G Xu, Y Xu, G Wu, S-J Li (Proc Intl Soc Mag Reson Med 13:765)

Modulating the Functional Synchrony in the Primary Visual Cortex of the Human Brain
G Xu, Y Xu, G Wu, S-J Li (Proc Intl Soc Mag Reson Med 13:1474)

Assessment of Irreversible Myocardial Damage by Delayed Hyperenhancement MRI in the Hyper-Acute Stage
X Zhu, R Zhang, NF Campagna, M Zhao (Proc Intl Soc Mag Reson Med 13:232)

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