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Primary motor cortex activation by transcranial direct current stimulation in the human brain
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It seems that tDCS is a useful modality for stimulating a target cortical region for modulating motor cortex excitability in the human brain. Expand
The effects of forest therapy on depression and anxiety in patients with chronic stroke
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Forest therapy is beneficial for treating depression and anxiety symptoms in patients with chronic stroke, and may be particularly useful in patients who cannot be treated with standard pharmacological or electroconvulsive therapies. Expand
Enhancement of Cortical Excitability and Lower Limb Motor Function in Patients With Stroke by Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation
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Combination anodal tDCS and conservative physical therapy appears to be a beneficial therapeutic modality for improving motor function in the lower limbs in patients with subacute stroke. Expand
Chronic Pain: Structural and Functional Changes in Brain Structures and Associated Negative Affective States
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The results of previous studies are summarized, focusing on the mechanisms underlying chronic pain development and the identification of neural areas related to chronic pain, to provide guidance for the development of future therapeutic approaches that could be used in the management of chronic pain. Expand
The Mental Health Burden of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Physical Therapists
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If a physical therapist was living with a ≤6-year-old infant or child, the possibility of the presence of anxiety was significantly higher and the risk of depression among those who were in their 30 s and 50 s was significantlyHigher than among those in their 20 s. Expand
Corticoreticular pathway in the human brain: Diffusion tensor tractography study
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The corticoreticular pathway, which originated from the premotor cortex, descended through the corona radiata and the posterior limb of the internal capsule anterior to the corticospinal tract, and terminated at the pontomedullary reticular formation. Expand
The relation between fornix injury and memory impairment in patients with diffuse axonal injury: a diffusion tensor imaging study.
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It is found that memory impairment in patients with DAI is closely related to neuronal injury of the fornix body among the three fornIX regions that the authors assessed. Expand
Risk factors for disease progression in COVID-19 patients
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Clinicians should closely observe patients with COVID-19 presenting with chills, body temperature > 37.5 °C, findings of pneumonia in chest X-ray, or diabetes, even if patients are asymptomatic or have mild symptoms. Expand
Age-Related Degeneration of the Fornix in the Human Brain: A Diffusion Tensor Imaging Study
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Dgenerative change of the fornix in the human brain appears to have occurred at a near constant rate from the 20s to the30s throughout the lifespan, and a linear regression model was fitted to all three DTI parameters in each part of theFornix. Expand
Prediction of lower limb motor outcomes based on transcranial magnetic stimulation findings in patients with an infarct of the anterior cerebral artery
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Early TMS evaluation at the early stage of stroke and 6-month motor outcome for patients with anterior cerebral artery territory infarct is useful for predicting recovery of lower limb motor function in patients experiencing this type of stroke. Expand
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