Marcin Ziolkowski

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Kestutis Aidas,1 Celestino Angeli,2 Keld L. Bak,3 Vebjørn Bakken,4 Radovan Bast,5 Linus Boman,6 Ove Christiansen,7 Renzo Cimiraglia,2 Sonia Coriani,8 Pål Dahle,9 Erik K. Dalskov,10 Ulf Ekström,11 Thomas Enevoldsen,12 Janus J. Eriksen,7 Patrick Ettenhuber,7 Berta Fernández,13 Lara Ferrighi,14 Heike Fliegl,11 Luca Frediani,14 Kasper Hald,15 Asger Halkier,16(More)
AIMS The aim of the present study was to evaluate the effects of acute and chronic exposure to alcohol on taste responses to a prototypic umami substance, monosodium glutamate (MSG). METHODS The rated intensity and pleasantness of MSG taste (0.03-10.0%) was compared in chronic male alcoholics (n = 35) and control subjects (n = 25). In a separate(More)
BACKGROUND Two-dimensional ultrasonography (2D-US) has become a widely used and accepted diagnostic tool in musculoskeletal disorders. Its utility in the evaluation of muscle injury and pathology is generally recognised. In contrast, the place and role of three-dimensional US imaging (3D-US) in the diagnostic work-up of musculoskeletal conditions are still(More)
AIMS The aim of the present study was to evaluate a possible relationship between taste responses to sweet solutions and alcoholic status. METHODS The rated intensity and pleasantness of sucrose taste was compared in male alcoholics (n = 45) and non-alcoholic controls (n = 33). RESULTS The rated intensity, but not pleasantness, of water taste (0%(More)