Yuefeng Han

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Attention is a neurocognitive mechanism that selects task-relevant sensory or mnemonic information to achieve current behavioral goals. Attentional modulation of cortical activity has been observed when attention is directed to specific locations, features, or objects. However, little is known about how high-level categorization task set modulates(More)
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the results of supracricoid partial laryngectomy with laryngoplasty in treating laryngeal cancer and reconstructing its functions. METHODS One hundred and fifty-nine patients receiving subtotal laryngectomy from 1993 to 1999 were analysed. 4 kinds of operations were performed for them. 46 cases underwent supracricoid partial(More)
1 College of International Economics and Trade, Jilin University of Finance and Economics, Jilin, Changchun 130117, China 2 School of Mathematical and Informational Sciences, Yantai University, Shandong, Yantai 264005, China 3 School of Mathematical Sciences, Qufu Normal University, Shandong, Qufu 273165, China 4 Department of Mathematics and Statistics,(More)
OBJECTIVE To study the different surgical approach for the resection of tumors in the anterior skull base and to introduce an approach of the frontal mid-line incision with the nasal pyramid over-turned downward. METHOD A review of 10 tumors in the anterior skull base employed unlike operative approach was presented. Of the 10 cases, 6 cases were benign(More)
OBJECTIVE To discuss and value the effects and the advantages of pectoralis major myocutaneous flap in repair of defect caused by resection of tonsillar cancer. METHODS The data were retrospectively summarized from 10 patients with recurrent tonsillar cancer after radical radiotherapy from January 1998 to December 2005, including 7 cases of squamous cell(More)
Tulane University has one of the nation's elite and most mature undergraduate departments of Biomedical Engineering. The department evolved from joint research efforts among faculty in the School of Engineering and the Schools of Medicine at Tulane and the Louisiana State University Medical Center in New Orleans. Research interests led to educational(More)
OBJECTIVE To study the effectiveness of one-stage repairing pharyngeal defect with the tongue flaps after resection of advanced stage hypopharyngeal neoplasm and laryngeal neoplasm. METHODS Between June 2006 and March 2011, 20 patients with hypopharyngeal neoplasm (8 cases) and laryngeal neoplasm (12 cases) with advanced stage were treated. There were 19(More)
OBJECTIVE To seek for a better method of treating the advanced laryngeal cancer. METHOD Twenty-eight cases of advanced laryngeal cancer were treated with near-total laryngectomy(Pearson technique), including 11 glottic cancers(III stage, 8 cases: IV stage, 3 cases), 17 supraglottic cancers (III stage, 13 cases; IV stage, 4 cases). In the same time 26(More)
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