Cortical and subcortical control of tongue movement in humans: a functional neuroimaging study using fMRI.

@article{Corfield1999CorticalAS,
  title={Cortical and subcortical control of tongue movement in humans: a functional neuroimaging study using fMRI.},
  author={Douglas R. Corfield and Karen Murphy and Oliver Josephs and Gereon R. Fink and Richard S. Frackowiak and Abraham Guz and Lewis Adams and R Turner},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={1999},
  volume={86 5},
  pages={
          1468-77
        }
}
We have used voluntary tongue contraction to test whether we can image activation of the hypoglossal nuclei within the human brain stem by using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). Functional images of the whole brain were acquired in eight subjects by using T2-weighted echo planar imaging (blood oxygen level development) every 6.2 s. Sequences of images were acquired during 12 periods of 31-s "isometric" rhythmic tongue contraction alternated with 12 periods of 31-s tongue relaxation… CONTINUE READING

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