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The aim of this course is to convey in-depth knowledge about advanced functional MR techniques for imaging of the central nervous system. The combination of MR physics (at a level for radiologists) and clinical applications in this course provides an excellent opportunity to improve the understanding as well as the clinical interpretation of perfusion-MRI and MR spectroscopy. During the last decade, these techniques have matured and are now frequently incorporated into daily clinical work. Furthermore, significant progress in the development of refined techniques, such as diffusion tensor imaging, has been made during the last few years. The course will offer an overview of present methodology with clinical applications in neuroradiology, as well as promising new methods, using a mixture of lectures and small group exercises.
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The course covers topics from image acquisition to quantification. The education focus for this course is, 1) Mechanisms of contrast agents for MRA, 2) Routine MRA procedures such as: TOF– MRA, PC- MRA, CE– MRA, 3) Advanced MRA procedures, 4D PC, FBI, 4) Quantification methods, 5) Clinical applications of MRA.