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Modelling of indocyanine green boluses with a finite element model of the adult human head and the Fick principle

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Using the Fick principle and a finite element model of light distribution, ICG boluses were simulated in a head model, showing measurable changes in cerebral blood flow using NIR surface measurements despite the superficial contamination.

© 2006 Optical Society of America

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