Horng Jyh Paul Wu

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The goal of this study was to identify risk factors for diabetic peripheral sensory neuropathy in type 2 diabetes mellitus in a Chinese population. Peripheral sensory neuropathy was detected by quantitative sensory testing (5.07/10 g monofilament, neurometer and 128-Hz Riedel Seiffert graduated tuning fork). Those who had two or more abnormal quantitative(More)
Prenatal or perinatal exposure to physiologically-patterned magnetic fields (MFs) affects behaviour in weanling (22d) and young adult (90d) rats. However, the long-term (120d-730d) biological effects of these MFs have not been examined. In the current study, the long-term effects of developmental exposure to a physiologically-patterned MF, and their(More)
Two rhesus monkeys studied by serial metrizamide (Amipaque) enhanced computer tomography (CT) imaging were used to quantitatively analyze cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) kinetics in multiple anatomical regions. Time--density curves were generated for the cisterna magna, suprasellar cistern, quadrigeminal cistern, and sylvian fissure, If clinical, biochemical, and(More)
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