Abstract

In-vivo, optical measurements of cerebral blood flow are confounded by superficial blood flow. Here, we present acousto-optic modulated diffuse correlation spectroscopy (AOM-DCS) for blood flow monitoring, showing good agreement between theoretical predictions and experimental results.

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