Abstract

Fast high-density functional speckle contrast optical tomography (HD-SCOT) was developed to resolve transcranial three-dimensional changes in cerebral blood flow (CBF). It is demonstrated in a sensorimotor task showing good data fidelity, quantitative measure of CBF and the lateralization of the response.

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