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Arterial spin labeling (ASL) is a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) noninvasive method, capable of measuring perfusion, i.e. blood flow, with blood as an intrinsic contrast. ASL measurements of cerebral perfusion are usually acquired at very low spatial resolution (> 60mm3 voxels), for several...
Being able to characterize and assess hemodynamics in patients is regarded as essential in understanding vascular and tissue health for diagnostic purposes. There are many parameters associated with hemodynamics such as intravascular pressure, flow rates and perfusion rates, which are important...
Introduction: Acute blood pressure (BP) reduction is among the few treatments options available in the acute management of intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH). Recent observational studies have demonstrated the presence of lesions suggestive of ischemia on diffusion-weighted sequences (DWI) on MRI. We...