Wei-Qun Song

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OBJECTIVE This study aims to compare the difference and the change trend of Muscle Architecture Parameters (MAP) between spastic and normal muscle tone patients after stroke, and analysis the application and value of Muscle Architecture Parameters in evaluating spasticity after stroke. METHODS 41 stroke patients were divided into spastic group (26 cases),(More)
OBJECTIVES To quantify the degree of unconsciousness with EEG nonlinear analysis and investigate the change of EEG nonlinear properties under different conditions. METHODS Twenty-one subjects in persistent vegetative state (PVS), 16 in minimally conscious state (MCS) and 30 normal conscious subjects (control group) with brain trauma or stroke were(More)
OBJECTIVES The aim of the study is to investigate the cortical response to painful and auditory stimuli for subjects in persistent vegetative state (PVS) and minimal conscious state (MCS), and measure the interconnection of the residual cortical functional islands with electroencephalographic (EEG) nonlinear dynamic analysis (NDA). METHODS Thirty PVS(More)
OBJECTIVE Based on the visual experimental paradigm "precue-target", the search range should be affected by different Chinese characters and the dynamic mechanisms of aging in the brain on the visual attention were investigated. METHOD 16 young and 16 old subjects participated the experiment. Cue was comprised of three Chinese words "Large", or "Median"(More)
The dynamic mechanisms of the early event-related potential scale effect of different attentive regions in the brain was studied. The paradigm of this experiment is the precue-target visual search paradigm by event-related potential technique. The results showed that the reaction time was shortened with the reduction of cue scale, a cue to how big the(More)
Low frequency (≤ 1 Hz) repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) can affect the excitability of the cerebral cortex and synaptic plasticity. Although this is a common method for clinical treatment of cerebral infarction, whether it promotes the recovery of motor function remains controversial. Twenty patients with cerebral infarction combined with(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate the visual attention mechanisms of brain, the "cue-target" experimental paradigm was adopted, and the attended range was cued by different Chinese characters. METHOD Sixteen healthy young participants (8 male and 8 female, 19-24 years old with an average of 21) served as the subjects. The stimulus sequence was(More)
The residual consciousness of unconscious patients can be detected by studying the P300, a wave among event-related potentials. Previous studies have applied tones, the subject's name and other names as stimuli. However, the results were not satisfactory. In this study, we changed the constituent order of subjects' two-character names to create derived(More)
Noninvasive brain stimulation (NIBS), commonly consisting of transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), transcranial direct-current stimulation (tDCS), as well as paired associative stimulation (PAS), has attracted increased interest and been applied experimentally in the treatment of post-stroke dysphagia (PSD). This review presented a synopsis of the(More)
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