Figure 2.

Example anatomical and functional images. (A) displays example anatomical images of a subject's head scan before pre-processing for statistical analysis. Anatomical images have a resolution of 1 mm isotropic voxels and were taken with the stimulus device in place intraorally. (B) displays example functional MR images (a.k.a. EPI) of the same subject before pre-processing. These functional images have a resolution of 3 mm by 3 mm in plane (sagital, coronal) and 5.625 mm out of plane (axial). Minimal distortion under visual inspection is present in these images, except for the loss of signal (a.k.a. drop-out due to the air-tissue interface) around the frontal lobes in the lower right panel. In both (A) and (B), from left to right, images are mid sagittal, coronal, and axial in orientation.

Moana-Filho et al. BMC Neuroscience 2010 11:142   doi:10.1186/1471-2202-11-142
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