Guo Z Yang

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Functional near infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) is a rapidly developing neuroimaging modality for exploring cortical brain behaviour. Despite recent advances, the quality of fNIRS experimentation may be compromised in several ways: firstly, by altering the optical properties of the tissues encountered in the path of light; secondly, through adulteration of(More)
Patients going home following major surgery are susceptible to complications such as wound infection, abscess formation, malnutrition, poor analgesia, and depression, all of which can develop after the fifth postoperative day and slow recovery. Although current hospital recovery monitoring systems are effective during perioperative and early postoperative(More)
OBJECTIVE To use eye-tracking analysis to identify the differences in approach to and efficiency of reading thin-section CT of the lungs presented tiled and stacked soft-copy displays. MATERIALS AND METHODS Four chest radiologists read 16 thin-section CT examinations displayed in either a tiled (four images at once) or stacked (full screen cine) format.(More)
Positron emission tomography, cardiovascular magnetic resonance and multislice computed tomography have contributed to changing our pathophysiological understanding of many conditions. Clinically, they have provided new tools for the identification of preclinical disease and a better understanding of how disease progresses. The application of these imaging(More)
OBJECTIVE This paper aims to understand the situation and epidemiology trend of neural tube defects in Guizhou province, China from 1996 to 2004. STUDY DESIGN Pregnant women from 17 hospitals in Guizhou province were chosen for investigation of perinatal infants from January 1996 to December 2004. RESULTS Of 1,208 birth defect cases studied in this(More)
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