Abstract

We propose a NIRS method based on 1-long and 2-short source-detector distances to identify superficial (extracerebral) and cerebral hemodynamic oscillations. We emphasize the relative amplitude and phase of oxy- and deoxyhemoglobin oscillations in the brain.

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