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Effects of electroacupuncture on learning, memory and formation system of free radicals in brain tissues of vascular dementia model rats.
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It is indicated that electro-acupuncture can modulate the production and clearance of free radicals, and improve the ability of learning and memory of the VD model rats. Expand
Assessment of Passive Stiffness of Medial and Lateral Heads of Gastrocnemius Muscle, Achilles Tendon, and Plantar Fascia at Different Ankle and Knee Positions Using the MyotonPRO
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Stiffness assessed by use of the MyotonPRO was similar assessments using other techniques, suggesting that the MyTonPRO is capable of detecting the variations in stiffness of MG, LG, AT, and PF at different ankle and knee positions. Expand
Modulatory Effect of Acupuncture at Waiguan (TE5) on the Functional Connectivity of the Central Nervous System of Patients with Ischemic Stroke in the Left Basal Ganglia
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It is demonstrated that acupuncture at Waiguan (TE5) can regulate the sensorimotor network of the ipsilesional hemisphere, stimulate the contralesional sensorIMotor network, increase cooperation of bilateral sensorim motor networks, and change the synchronization between the cerebellum and cerebrum. Expand
Acupuncture Decreases Blood Pressure Related to Hypothalamus Functional Connectivity with Frontal Lobe, Cerebellum, and Insula: A Study of Instantaneous and Short-Term Acupuncture Treatment in
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Brain areas constituted a neural network structure with specific functions that could explain the mechanism of therapy in hypertension patients by LR3 acupoint that had more regions in frontal lobe, cerebellum, and insula. Expand
Psychosocial interventions for Alzheimer’s disease cognitive symptoms: a Bayesian network meta-analysis
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The effectiveness of psychosocial interventions for improving cognition or slowing down the progression of cognitive impairment in AD patients was confirmed and several interventions for clinical practice were recommended, including WP and HE are better than GE and AT, while CT’s+ ChEIs, CST’+’cholinesterase inhibitor is better than other combined interventions. Expand
Effects of Mind‐Body Exercises on Cognitive Function in Older Adults: A Meta‐Analysis
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A systematic review and meta‐analysis was conducted to evaluate the overall efficacy and effectiveness of mind‐body exercises for cognitive performance in aging individuals with or without cognitive impairment. Expand
A cerebral functional imaging study by positron emission tomography in healthy volunteers receiving true or sham acupuncture needling
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This study revealed a marked difference in brain metabolic changes between true and sham needling in Waiguan and further studies are needed to explore the cerebral changes in patients with acupuncture and the pathological implications. Expand
Proteomic Response to Acupuncture Treatment in Spontaneously Hypertensive Rats
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An increase in antioxidant enzymes in the medulla of the SHRs subject to acupuncture may provide partial explanation for the antihypertensive effect of acupuncture. Expand
Correlation between the Effects of Acupuncture at Taichong (LR3) and Functional Brain Areas: A Resting-State Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Study Using True versus Sham Acupuncture
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Resting-state fMRI was used to observe brain areas activated by acupuncture at the Taichong (LR3) acupoint to detect specific alterations in the anterior cingulate gyrus, thalamus, and cerebellar posterior lobe and to analyze changes in brain function during sham and true acupuncture. Expand
Acupuncture at KI3 in healthy volunteers induces specific cortical functional activity: an fMRI study
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Brain regions that were activated/deactivated more by acupuncture at Taixi (KI3) than by non-acupoint or sham acupuncture are determined and have a specific effect on certain brain regions associated with perception, body movement, spirit, and association. Expand
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