Abstract

Diffuse optical and correlation spectroscopies were employed to determine oxygenation and blood flow changes before/during/after 20-minutes of transcranial magnetic stimulation. A localized increase in oxygenation and CBF on the ipsilateral side of stimulation is found.

© 2010 Optical Society of America

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