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Imaging for clinical applications refers to imaging technologies associated with the heart, brain, blood, and blood vessels for the detection, diagnosis, and treatment of various life-threatening diseases.

Stroke and epilepsy are the two most common neurological diseases. Neuroimaging is considered the major technique for the diagnosis, management, and investigation of neurological diseases. Near infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) is a potential neuroimaging technique that can non-invasively monitor the rapid changes of regional cerebral blood volume (CBV) and tissue oxygenation (as seen during stroke or epileptic seizures). Since cerebral blood volume and tissue oxygenation are indirect indicators of neuronal activity, such imaging information is of great value in the understanding, evaluation, and treatment of these common neurological problems.

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