FIGURE 14.10. The hemodynamic response to train of pulses (4 Hz for a 1-s duration) to the median nerve measured using NIRS.

FIGURE 14.10

The hemodynamic response to train of pulses (4 Hz for a 1-s duration) to the median nerve measured using NIRS. Panel (a) and (b) show the spatial distribution of hemodynamic responses and region-of-interest average (p < 0.05 defined for oxyhemoglobin). Panel (c) and (d) show the NIRS probe arrangement and setup for the median nerve stimulation.

From: Chapter 14, Noninvasive Imaging of Cerebral Activation with Diffuse Optical Tomography

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