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BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Deriving accurate language lateralization from fMRI studies in the clinical context can be difficult, with 10%-20% incorrect conclusions. Most interpretations are qualitative, performed by neuroimaging experts. Quantitative lateralization has been widely described but with little implementation in the clinical setting and is(More)
The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of indoor horseback riding exercise equipment on the human body. Subjects performed horseback riding exercise using Slim-Rider. We used human body effect methods to analyze the exercise effect. We classified the effects into flexibility, muscle strengthening, and muscular reaction. Twenty male and 20(More)
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE A substantial number of clinical fMRI examinations inadequately assess language localization or lateralization, usually due to patient movement and suboptimal participation. We hypothesized that a prescan interview of the patient by the radiologist would reduce the fraction of nondiagnostic scans. MATERIALS AND METHODS A single(More)
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