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Acousto Optics for Cerebral Blood Flow Monitoring

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Abstract

Acousto-optic sensing, using ultrasound-modulated light in live tissue, enables non-invasive, continuous monitoring of blood flow in the brain. Preclinical and clinical data demonstrate agreement with other modalities for blood flow sensing and its benefits.

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