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Whole brain quantitative CBF, CBV, and MTT measurements using MRI bolus tracking: implementation and application to data acquired from hyperacute stroke patients.

Bibliographic reference Smith, A M ; Grandin, Cécile ; Duprez, Thierry ; Mataigne, F ; Cosnard, Guy. Whole brain quantitative CBF, CBV, and MTT measurements using MRI bolus tracking: implementation and application to data acquired from hyperacute stroke patients.. In: Journal of magnetic resonance imaging : JMRI, Vol. 12, no. 3, p. 400-10 (2000)
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