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Functional Role of the Corticoreticular Pathway in Chronic Stroke Patients
TLDR
The increased fiber volume of the CRP in the unaffected hemisphere seems to be related to walking ability in patients with chronic stroke, and the compensation of theCRP inThe unaffected hemisphere seem to be one of the mechanisms for recovery of walking ability after stroke. Expand
Precommissural Fornix in the Human Brain: A Diffusion Tensor Tractography Study
TLDR
The methodology and results of this study would be helpful to future research on the precommissural fornix and in the elucidation of the pathology of diseases involving the pre commissuralFornix. Expand
The Effect of a Hand-Stretching Device During the Management of Spasticity in Chronic Hemiparetic Stroke Patients
TLDR
The devised stretching device was found to relieve hand spasticity effectively in chronic hemiparetic stroke patients. Expand
The cortical activation pattern by a rehabilitation robotic hand: a functional NIRS study
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The results appear to indicate that execution of the rehabilitation robotic hand could induce cortical activation, and values of oxy-hemoglobin and HbT indicated significant activation in the left SM1, left SMA, left PMC, and left PFC. Expand
Damage to the Optic Radiation in Patients With Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
  • S. Jang, J. Seo
  • Medicine
  • Journal of neuro-ophthalmology : the official…
  • 1 September 2015
TLDR
Diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) demonstrated injury of the OR using DTI in 2 patients who showed visual field defects after mild TBI. Expand
The distribution of the cortical origin of the corticoreticular pathway in the human brain: A diffusion tensor imaging study
  • S. Jang, J. Seo
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Somatosensory & motor research
  • 19 November 2014
TLDR
Although the CRP fibers also originated from the primary somatosensory cortex and prefrontal cortex, they occupied the smallest portion among four regions of interest, and were the first cortical origin area of theCRP. Expand
Anatomical location of the corticospinal tract according to somatotopies in the centrum semiovale
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It was found that hand somatotopy of the CST was found to be located at about 26 mm lateral to the midline almost along the horizon line between the medial end of central sulcus and midline, and leg somatolaterally to the hand som atotopyof the CST. Expand
Differences of the medial lemniscus and spinothalamic tract according to the cortical termination areas: A diffusion tensor tractography study
  • S. Jang, J. Seo
  • Medicine
  • Somatosensory & motor research
  • 3 April 2015
TLDR
The medial lemniscus and its thalamocortical pathway may be closely related to the motor cortex for motor planning and execution, while the STT may be closer to the cerebral cortex for somatosensory function and motor execution. Expand
The anatomical location of the corticobulbar tract at the corona radiata in the human brain: Diffusion tensor tractography study
  • S. Jang, J. Seo
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Neuroscience Letters
  • 17 March 2015
TLDR
According to the findings, the CBT was located almost halfway between the most anterior point and the most posterior point of the lateral ventricle at the CR, and almost one third between the midline and themost lateral point ofThe brain at theCR. Expand
Limb-kinetic apraxia due to injury of corticofugal tracts from secondary motor area in patients with corona radiata infarct
TLDR
The results suggest that LKA ascribed to injury of the CFTs from the secondary motor area could be accompanied by Injury of the CST ascribing to the corona radiata infarct. Expand
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