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Optical Tomography and Spectroscopy of Tissue V
There has been considerable discussion concerning the effects of the cerebrospinal fluid on measurements of bloodrelated parameters in the human brain, and if diffusion-theory-based image reconstruction algorithms can accurately account for the light propagation in the head. All of these studies have been performed either with synthetic data generate from numerical models or from phantom studies. We present here the first comparative study that involves clinical data from optical tomographicdoi:10.1117/12.478232 fatcat:zsv3eejlirgz7bysenkupekxpi