Abstract

In the adult, quantification of cerebral blood flow (CBF) using near-infrared spectroscopy requires the ability to properly account for extracerebral contamination. Accurate measurements of CBF were achieved using subject-individualized Monte Carlo assisted near-infrared spectroscopy.

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