Summary

A strong, spatially uniform magnetic field aligns a small but significant fraction of the hydrogen nuclei of water molecules in the brain. A carefully controlled sequence of gradient fields and RF pulses is used to generate NMR signals that can be reconstructed to form a three-dimensional image in which contrast is dependent, in part, on the blood flow and/or oxygenation changes caused by neural activity. Thus, MRI can be used noninvasively to detect changes in local neural activity in the human brain.

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