Apparent diffusion coefficient scalars correlate with near-Infrared spectroscopy markers of cerebrovascular autoregulation in neonates cooled for perinatal hypoxic-Ischemic injury

Aylin Tekes*, A. Poretti, M. M. Scheurkogel, T. A G M Huisman, J. A. Howlett, E. Alqahtani, J. H. Lee, C. Parkinson, K. Shapiro, S. E. Chung, J. M. Jennings, M. M. Gilmore, C. W. Hogue, L. J. Martin, R. C. Koehler, F. J. Northington, J. K. Lee

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