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Effect of cerebral cortex sulci on near-infrared light propagation during monitoring and treatment

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Abstract

Central sulcus substantially affects NIRS/NIRI spatial sensitivity and LLLT fluence rate in the study of light transport within a high-resolution 3D anatomical head structure, allowing deeper penetration of light than previous models predicted.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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