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Functional Neuroradiology
Faro, Mohamed, Law, Ulmer
Editore
Springer
Anno
2011
Pagine
1029
ISBN
9781441903433
190,00 €
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  • This cutting-edge textbook translates benchmark research on functional neuroimaging modalities into both clinical applications and the basic physics behind them for the non-scientist physician and cognitive neuroscientist alike.
  • Contributors include internationally recognized radiologists, neurologists, neurosurgeons, psychiatrists, and psychologists.

Functional Neuroradiology: Principles and Clinical Applications, is a follow-up to Faro and Mohamed’s groundbreaking work, Functional (BOLD)MRI: Basic Principles and Clinical Applications.  This new 49 chapter textbook is comprehensive and offers a complete introduction to the state-of-the-art functional imaging in Neuroradiology, including the physical principles and clinical applications of Diffusion, Perfusion, Permeability, MR spectroscopy, Positron Emission Tomography,  BOLD fMRI  and  Diffusion Tensor Imaging.

With chapters written by internationally distinguished neuroradiologists, neurologists, psychiatrists, cognitive neuroscientists, and physicists, Functional Neuroradiology is divided into 9 major sections, including:

·        Physical principles of all key functional techniques;

·        Lesion characterization using Diffusion, Perfusion, Permeability, MR spectroscopy, and Positron Emission Tomography;

·       An overview of BOLD fMRI physical principles and key concepts, including scanning methodologies, experimental research design, data analysis, and functional connectivity;

·       Eloquent Cortex and White matter localization using BOLD fMRI and Diffusion Tensor Imaging;

·       Clinical applications of BOLD fMRI in Neurosurgery, Neurology, Psychiatry, Neuropsychology, and Neuropharmacology;

·       Multi-modality functional Neuroradiology;

·        Beyond Proton Imaging;

·        Functional spine and CSF imaging;

·        A full-color Neuroanatomical Brain atlas of eloquent cortex and key white matter tracts and BOLD fMRI paradigms.

By offering readers a complete overview of functional imaging modalities and techniques currently used in patient diagnosis and management, as well as emerging technology, Functional Neuroradiology is a vital information source for physicians and cognitive neuroscientists involved in daily practice and research.

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Contents
Part I Diffusion and Perfusion Imaging
1 Physical Principles of Diffusion Imaging................................................................ 3
Thinesh Sivapatham and Elias R. Melhem
2 Clinical Applications of Diffusion............................................................................ 13
Reza Forghani and Pamela W. Schaefer
3 Physical Principles of MR Perfusion and Permeability Imaging:
Gadolinium Bolus Technique................................................................................... 53
Mark S. Shiroishi, Saulo Lacerda, Xiaoli Tang, Naira Muradyan,
Timothy P.L. Roberts, and Meng Law
4 Non-gadolinium Perfusion Technique (Arterial Spin Labeling).......................... 61
Huan Tan and Jonathan H. Burdette
5 Clinical Applications of MR Perfusion Imaging.................................................... 71
Ronald L. Wolf
6 Stroke: Clinical Application of Perfusion and Diffusion....................................... 107
Niloy Dasgupta and Max Wintermark
7 Clinical Applications of Dynamic Contrast-Enhanced (DCE)
Permeability Imaging............................................................................................... 117
Saulo Lacerda, Mark S. Shiroishi, and Meng Law
Part II Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy
8 Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy: Physical Principles....................................... 141
Stefan Blüml
9 Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy: Clinical Applications.................................... 155
Alena Horská and Ivan Tkáč
Part III Multi Modality Functional Neuroradiology
10 Functional Imaging-Based Diagnostic Strategy:
Intra-axial Brain Masses.......................................................................................... 197
Arastoo Vossough and Seyed Ali Nabavizadeh
11 Functional Neuroimaging of Epilepsy..................................................................... 221
Noriko Salamon
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12 Functional Neuroradiology of Traumatic Brain Injury........................................ 229
Matilde Inglese and Eytan Raz
13 Functional MRI of Multiple Sclerosis..................................................................... 247
Heather A. Wishart
14 Functional Neuroradiology of Psychiatric Diseases............................................... 261
Paolo Nucifora
15 Neuroimaging of Pain............................................................................................... 273
Richard H. Gracely and Pia C. Sundgren
Part IV BOLD Functional MRI: Physical Principles
16 Principles of BOLD Functional MRI...................................................................... 293
Seong-Gi Kim and Peter A. Bandettini
17 fMRI Scanning Methods.......................................................................................... 305
Alexander B. Pine and Feroze B. Mohamed
18 Experimental Design and Data Analysis for fMRI................................................ 321
Geoffrey K. Aguirre
19 Challenges in fMRI and Its Limitations................................................................. 331
R. Todd Constable
20 Neurovascular Uncoupling in Functional MR Imaging........................................ 345
Jorn Fierstra and David John Mikulis
21 Functional Connectivity MR Imaging.................................................................... 355
Michelle Hampson, Xilin Shen, and R. Todd Constable
22 Clinical Challenges of Functional MRI.................................................................. 373
Nader Pouratian and Susan Y. Bookheimer
Part V BOLD Functional MRI: Clinical Applications
23 fMRI of Language Systems: Methods and Applications....................................... 393
Jeffrey R. Binder
24 Functional MRI Studies of Memory in Aging,
Mild Cognitive Impairment, and Alzheimer’s Disease.......................................... 419
Shannon L. Risacher, Heather A. Wishart, and Andrew J. Saykin
25 fMRI Wada Test: Prospects for Presurgical Mapping
of Language and Memory........................................................................................ 455
Brenna C. McDonald, Jacob Kean, and Andrew J. Saykin
26 fMRI of Human Visual Pathways............................................................................ 485
Edgar A. DeYoe, John L. Ulmer, Wade Mueller, Lotfi Hacein-Bey,
Viktor Szeder, Mary Jo Maciejewski, Karen Medler, Danielle Reitsma,
and Jedediah Mathis
27 Brain Mapping for Neurosurgery and Cognitive Neuroscience........................... 513
Joy Hirsch
28 Pediatric Applications of fMRI................................................................................ 545
Nolan R. Altman and Byron Bernal
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29 fMRI of the Central Auditory System..................................................................... 575
Deborah A. Hall
30 fMRI of Epilepsy....................................................................................................... 593
Karsten Krakow
31 Applications of fMRI to Psychiatry......................................................................... 609
Melissa Lopez-Larson and Deborah A. Yurgelun-Todd
32 Applications of fMRI to Neurodegenerative Disease............................................. 639
Shamseldeen Y. Mahmoud, Stephen E. Jones, and Michael D. Phillips
33 Applications of MRI to Psychopharmacology........................................................ 671
Dan J. Stein, Yihong Yang, and Betty Jo Salmeron
34 Functional MRI: Cognitive Neuroscience Applications........................................ 687
Mark D’Esposito, Andrew S. Kayser, and Anthony J.W. Chen
Part VI Diffusion Tensor Imaging
35 Diffusion Tensor Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Physical Principles.................. 709
Thomas A. Gallagher, Andrew L. Alexander, and Aaron S. Field
36 Issues in Translating Imaging Technology and Presurgical
Diffusion Tensor Imaging......................................................................................... 731
John L. Ulmer, Jeffrey I. Berman, Wade M. Mueller, Wolfgang Gaggl,
Edgar A. DeYoe, and Andrew P. Klein
37 White Matter: Functional Anatomy of Key Tracts................................................ 767
Mohit Maheshwari, Andrew Klein, and John L. Ulmer
38 Epilepsy: Clinical Applications of Diffusion Tensor Imaging............................... 785
Timothy M. Shepherd and Christopher P. Hess
39 DTI and fMRI: Review of Complementary Techniques....................................... 803
Jay J. Pillai and Domenico Zaca
Part VII Beyond Proton Imaging
40 Magnetoencephalography: Epilepsy and Brain Mapping.................................... 833
Erin Simon Schwartz and Timothy P.L. Roberts
41 PET-CT/MR Imaging in Head and Neck Cancer:
Physiologic Variations, Pitfalls, and Directed Applications.................................. 845
Laurie A. Loevner
42 Simultaneous PET and MR Imaging of the Human Brain................................... 867
Ciprian Catana, A. Gregory Sorensen, and Bruce R. Rosen
43 The Role of Molecular Imaging in Personalized Medicine................................... 893
Michelle Bradbury
44 Metabolic Magnetic Resonance Imaging:
A Case for Bioscales in Medicine............................................................................. 911
Keith R. Thulborn, Ian C. Atkinson, and Aiming Lu
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Part VIII Functional Spine and CSF Imaging
45 Functional MRI of the Spinal Cord: Diffusion-Weighted,
Diffusion Tensor Imaging, and Fiber Tractography.............................................. 931
Meng Law, Majda M. Thurnher, Eric Schwartz, and Adam Flanders
46 MRI of Hydrocephalus and CSF Velocity Imaging............................................... 949
William G. Bradley Jr.
Part IX Neuroanatomical Brain Atlas
47 Neuroanatomical Atlas of Key Presurgical and Cognitive
Eloquent Cortex Regions.......................................................................................... 969
Feroze B. Mohamed, Michael Yannes, Muhammed Malik, and Scott H. Faro
48 Normal Anatomic Atlas of Common White Matter Tracts Using DTI................ 983
Andrew P. Klein
49 fMRI Paradigms........................................................................................................ 997
Feroze B. Mohamed and Scott H. Faro
Index................................................................................................................................... 1003

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