Data from: Non-invasive monitoring of temporal and spatial blood flow during bone graft healing using diffuse correlation spectroscopy

Songfeng Han, Michael D. Hoffman, Ashley R. Proctor, Emmanuel A. Mannoh, Nathaniel E. Barber, Hyun Jin Kim, Ki Won Jung, Danielle S. W. Benoit, Regine Choe & Joseph B. Vella
Vascular infiltration and associated alterations in microvascular blood flow are critical for complete bone graft healing. Therefore, real-time, longitudinal measurement of blood flow has the potential to successfully predict graft healing outcomes. Herein, we non-invasively measure longitudinal blood flow changes in bone autografts and allografts using diffuse correlation spectroscopy in a murine femoral segmental defect model. Blood flow was measured at several positions proximal and distal to the graft site before implantation and every week...
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