Abstract

Within 72 hours of stroke onset, High-Density Diffuse Optical Tomography can detect disruptions in functional connectivity patterns that significantly differ from healthy subjects (p<1E-5) and that correlate with the NIH Stroke Scale (p<3.3E-4).

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