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A mirror reflection of a hand modulates stimulus-induced 20-Hz activity
Mirror therapy is one of the promising rehabilitation therapeutic interventions but the neural basis of the therapeutic effect remains unknown. It has been reported that the 20-Hz rhythmic activityExpand
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Asymmetric Activation of the Primary Motor Cortex during Observation of a Mirror Reflection of a Hand
Mirror therapy is an effective technique for pain relief and motor function recovery. It has been demonstrated that magnetic 20-Hz activity is induced in the primary motor cortex (M1) after medianExpand
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Effect of the angle of shoulder flexion on the reach trajectory of children with spastic cerebral palsy.
Many children with cerebral palsy (CP) use a wheelchair during activities of daily living and often extend their hand upward and downward to reach objects in a seated position in a wheelchair.Expand
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Modulation of stimulus-induced 20-Hz activity during lower extremity motor imagery
Using magnetoencephalography, we measured 20-Hz activity induced after the common peroneal nerve (CPN) stimulation in 15 healthy subjects during the execution of foot movement or its motor imagery,Expand
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Interhemispheric asymmetry of sensorimotor cortical activation induced by a mirror reflection of a hand: An MEG study
P2-f10 Forced-use of impaired forelimb increases expression of neurotrophic factors in rats motor cortex and induces recovery of skilled reaching and stepping following internal capsule hemorrhageExpand
Title Asymmetric Activation of the Primary Motor Cortex duringObservation of a Mirror Reflection of a Hand
Mirror therapy is an effective technique for pain relief and motor function recovery. It has been demonstrated that magnetic 20-Hz activity is induced in the primary motor cortex (M1) after medianExpand
P26-13 A mirror reflection of a hand reveals interhemispheric asymmetry in the modulation of the stimulus-induced 20-Hz activity
Objective: Mirror neurons may be involved in relearning of motor function after stroke. To optimize effects of therapies inducing mirror neuron activity, cortical activation during observation andExpand
Movement imagination with observation of the movement: An electroencephalographic study
characterize NLRR4-expressing DRG neurons, we examined the expression of neurotrophic factor receptors in these neurons. Some NLRR4 expressing-DRG neurons contained TrkA (61%), TrkB (25%), TrkC (34%)Expand
1-A-D-24. Source-level analysis of brain oscillatory activity using hilbert transformation
We have developed a tool for source-level analysis of brain oscillatory activity using hilbert transformation. The objective of this study was to test the availability of this tool with a real dataExpand
Activity assessment antimutagenic / mutagenic pomegranate (punica granatum l.) Through the in vivo test micronucleus
Currently, Punica granatum Linn, known as pomegranate, has been introduced in the diet of the population because its therapeutic properties used as an alternative therapy capable of acting againstExpand