Positron Emission Tomography Activation Studies in Neurological Patients View Full Text


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DATE

1992

AUTHORS

G. Pawlik , G. R. Fink , U. Pietrzyk , M. Grond , W.-D. Heiss

ABSTRACT

The quantitative imaging of the hemodynamic and metabolic changes occurring in brain regions responding to distinct stimulation or involved in tie performance of specific tasks is one of the most intriguing applications of positron emission tomography (PET) (Phelps et al. 1982; Pawlik and Heiss 1989). Depending on the chosen paradigm, PET activation studies can serve many purposes. While elementary and stepwise paradigms are geared primarily at the elucidation of normal functional neuroanatomy, more complex tasks causing widespread activation may be better suited for the assessment of the regional reserve capacity especially in dysfunctional association areas because brain lesions are rarely restricted to primary cortex. Furthermore, even in regions showing no gross structrual abnormality, lesions at the cellular or synaptic level may interfere with the ability to respond to specific stimulation by appropriate neuronal recruitment that cannot be assessed with purely vascular stimuli like forced hypercapnia. This report describes our experience with a few cognitive and behavioral activation paradigms in various common neurological diseases. More... »

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121-137

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Stimulated Cerebral Blood Flow

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978-3-642-77104-0
978-3-642-77102-6

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