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Differentiating hemorrhagic and ischemic stroke using spectral contrast optical coherence tomography angiography

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Abstract

Traditional methods of optical coherence tomography angiography (OCTA) only visualize blood vessels where flow speeds are above a minimum velocity. Here we show that spectral contrast OCTA within the visible-light spectral range can visualize vessels with no flow.

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