Laser Doppler flowmetry is useful for monitoring blood flow, but the slow scanning speed can introduce motion artifacts and make detection of rapid changes impossible. Instruments that incorporate CMOS technology may enable real-time imaging of microcirculation.
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Steve Morgan, Barrie Hayes-Gill, and John Crowe, "CMOS Sensors for Imaging Blood Flow," Optics & Photonics News 21(1), 32-37 (2010)
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