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Photic Stimulation

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  • When corrected by the global values, the magnitudes of the CBF and CMRO(2) responses to visual stimulation after acetazolamide administration were less than those before (20% vs 38% in CBF and -9% vs 3% in CMRO(2)) [28].
  • Reversal appears possible by increasing melatonin levels with either appropriately timed exposure to photic stimulation and/or appropriately timed administration of exogenous melatonin [29].
  • They used flow-sensitive alternating inversion recovery (FAIR) scan sequences to measure CBF and blood oxygen level-dependent (BOLD) sensitive T2* scan sequences during visual stimulation to measure neuronal activation before and after cocaine and saline infusions [30].
  • As the fMRI baseline signal increased linearly with expired CO2 from hypocapnic to hypercapnic levels, the magnitude of the BOLD response to visual stimulation decreased linearly [31].

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