Abstract

We present a new approach for the diagnosis of brain perfusion alterations in late whiplash syndrome patients using real-time functional near-infrared spectroscopy measuring hemogobin changes during cognitive tasks and electromyography-controlled upper neck muscle endurance tests.

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