A low-cost, wireless near-infrared spectroscopy device detects the presence of lower extremity atherosclerosis as measured by computed tomographic angiography and characterizes walking impairment in peripheral artery disease

Matthew A. Fuglestad, Hernan Hernandez, Yue Gao, Henamari Ybay, Molly N. Schieber, Katyarina E. Brunette, Sara A. Myers, George P. Casale, Iraklis I. Pipinos

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