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Quantification of adult cerebral hemodynamics by near-infrared spectroscopy. J. Appl. Physiol. 77(6): 2753-2760, 1994.-Near-infrared spectroscopy was used to measure global cerebral blood flow and volume in 10 healthy adult volunteers. High-and low-cerebral blood flow compartments were detected with mean flows for all 10 subjects of 59 t 21 (SD) and 11 t, 4 ml. 100 g-' l min-', respectively. The mean cerebral blood volume of the group was 2.85 + 0.97 ml/l00 g. Analysis of spontaneous changes indoi:10.1152/jappl.19126.96.36.19953 pmid:7896617 fatcat:wtptban57za2pg63vxgbuyus2y