We present simulation and in-vivo Time Domain NIRS studies to investigate differential pathlength factor in skeletal muscles at rest and its dependence on the subcutaneous adipose tissue thickness, tissue absorption and reduced scattering coefficients.

Adipose tissue thickness and optical properties affect differential pathlength factor in NIRS studies on human skeletal muscle

Pirovano I.;Re R.;Spinelli L.;Contini D.;Torricelli A.
2021

Abstract

We present simulation and in-vivo Time Domain NIRS studies to investigate differential pathlength factor in skeletal muscles at rest and its dependence on the subcutaneous adipose tissue thickness, tissue absorption and reduced scattering coefficients.
Progress in Biomedical Optics and Imaging - Proceedings of SPIE
9781510647060
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