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Pressure Modulation Algorithm to Separate Cerebral Hemodynamic Signals from Extracerebral Artifacts

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Abstract

We applied a novel pressure modulation algorithm to isolate cerebral blood flow signals from extracerebral artifacts during optical monitoring of scalp hyperemia in a healthy adult. This was achieved without a priori anatomical information.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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