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Glutamate quantification by PRESS or MEGA-PRESS: Validation, repeatability, and concordance.

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Summary of "Glutamate quantification by PRESS or MEGA-PRESS: Validation, repeatability, and concordance."

While PRESS is often employed to measure glutamate concentrations, MEGA-PRESS enables simultaneous Glx (glutamate and glutamine) and GABA measurements. This study aimed to compare validation, repeatability, and concordance of different approaches for glutamate quantification at 3T to aid future studies in their selection of the appropriate sequence and quantification method.

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Name: Magnetic resonance imaging
ISSN: 1873-5894
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