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The measurement of cerebral blood volume (CBV) has been the topic of numerous neuroimaging studies. To date, however, most in vivo imaging approaches can only measure CBV summed over all types of blood vessels, including arterial, capillary and venous vessels in the microvasculature (i.e. total CBV or CBVtot). As different types of blood vessels have intrinsically different anatomy, function and physiology, the ability to quantify CBV in different segments of the microvascular tree may furnishdoi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2018.02.027 pmid:29458187 pmcid:PMC6095829 fatcat:2x4il6kxcne6jjet6o5kp33gbu