Determining the optical properties of the human brain using a two-layer diffusion model for non-invasive, frequency domain optical measurements.

Pillas, Elleesse Carlisle.


  • Abstract: The concentrations of oxyhemoglobin [HbO] and deoxyhemoglobin [Hb] in tissue and their temporal dynamics are an important indicator of cognitive function in the brain. Near-infrared (NIR) techniques have been employed to extract the concentration levels of these tissue chromophores due to their non-invasive feature. An integral part of this extraction procedure is a model of light ... read more
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