Yuya Ohno

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We investigated the survival of patients with multiple system atrophy (MSA) in a follow-up study of 59 patients admitted to Nagoya University Hospital between 1976 and 1991. They consisted of 24 patients with olivopontocerebellar atrophy (OPCA), 25 with Shy-Drager syndrome (SDS) and 10 with striatonigral degeneration (SND). The mean age at onset was 54(More)
Physiological parameters were studied over 4.5 months in normal high-school girls. One group frequently practised autogenic training (AT) whereas the other (control) did not. After 4.5 months the physiology of the AT, but not the control group had changed to some extent. The mean increase in finger skin temperature in the final session was significantly(More)
A 59-year-old man developed right hemiplegia and total aphasia. His National Institute of Health Stroke Scale score was 27. Serial multi-detector row non-contrast computed to-mography (CT) with multiple planar reconstruction (MPR) revealed a hyperdense middle cerebral artery (MCA) sign in the left MCA (Picture A and B, arrow), and a diagnosis of acute(More)
In order to investigate the physiological changes produced by the treatment of acrophobic patients body movement and Microvibration were measured before and after treatment. Eighteen acrophobic patients were assigned at random to 1 of the 2 groups: a treatment group (n = 8) and a non-treatment group (n = 10). The control group consisted of 16 healthy(More)
We carried out a controlled study on the voluntary control of the frontalis muscle by biofeedback procedures employing 20 normal subjects. Subjects were randomly divided into two groups of 10: (1) the biofeedback group and (2) the control group. Each of the two groups received five training sessions of about 40 minutes' duration each on different days. The(More)
A sensitive electronic device (static sensograph) was used to record fine body movement in two similar groups of normal high school girls at intervals over a few months. One group received weekly instructions in the technique of autogenic training (AT) and was urged to practice it daily, whereas the other (control group) received no such instrutions. In the(More)
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