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Frequency‐specific functional connectivity related to the rehabilitation task of stroke patients
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Analysis of the brain network patterns of stroke patients while performing a four-limb linkage rehabilitation training using the functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) method suggested that the frequency-specific FC methods based on WPCO would provide a potential approach to quantitatively assess the effect of rehabilitation tasks.
Effective Connectivity in Subjects With Mild Cognitive Impairment as Assessed Using Functional Near-Infrared Spectroscopy
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The decreased effective connectivity levels among brain regions may be a marker of impaired cognitive function in the mild cognitive impairment group.
Decreased low-frequency brain effective connectivity in seafarers during voyages: a functional near-infrared spectroscopy study.
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Investigation of the low-frequency brain effective connectivity in seafarers during voyages by using the coupling strength of functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) imaging revealed that the Patient Health Questionnaire-9 scores were positively correlated with the Systolic blood pressure values, delta HbO2 values and EC levels, respectively.
Median Nerve Electrical Stimulation–Induced Changes in Effective Connectivity in Patients With Stroke as Assessed With Functional Near-Infrared Spectroscopy
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Investigating MNES-related changes in effective connectivity (EC) within a cortical network after stroke by using functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) found that MNES can trigger sensorimotor stimulations of the affected hand that sequentially involved functional reorganization of distant cortical areas after stroke.
Hyperemia response of tissue oxygenation as assessed by the near infrared spectroscopy in persons with spinal cord injury
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The results suggest that the ability of the tissue to provide the large reactive response in the tissue over the sacrum area was significantly impaired in persons with SCI.
Assessment of Cerebral Oxygenation Oscillations in Subjects with Cerebral Infarction Using near Infrared Spectroscopy
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The reduction of spontaneous oscillations in subjects with CI may suggest an increased stiffness in cerebral arterial vessels and indicates the possibility of applying spontaneous oscillation to assessing atherosclerosis in high risk subjects for CI based on the wavelet transform of NIRS signals.
The efficacy of median nerve electrical stimulation in rehabilitating post-stroke cognitive impairment and its mechanism
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Electrical stimulation of the median nerve can help to improve cognition after a stroke and increases oxyhemoglobin concentration in the bilateral frontal lobes.
Notice of RetractionAssessment of Sacral Tissue Oxygenation Oscillations in Persons with Spinal Cord Injury
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The results showed that the low oscillatory activities might be related to early tissue injury in persons with SCI, and spectral analysis of near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) signals based on wavelet transform indicated this.
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