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Long and short echo time proton magnetic resonance spectroscopic imaging of the healthy aging brain.

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Abstract

Since only short-echo spectroscopy showed a robust relationship between Cr and subject age, and detects more metabolites than long echo time, we conclude that short-echo is superior to long-echo for future aging studies. Future studies could usefully determine whether the Cr-age relationship is due to changes in concentration, T1, or both.

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