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  • Study on regional activities in the human brain caused by the low-level clenching and tooth separation: Investigation with functional magnetic resonance imaging  [in Japanese]

    ARIJI Yoshiko , GOTO Shigemi , ARIJI Eiichiro , KONDO Hisataka , MIYAZAWA Ken , SAKUMA Shigemitsu , TABUCHI Masako , KISE Yoshitaka , NAKAYAMA Miwa , KOYAMA Shuji , TOGARI Akifumi

    … Purpose: The purpose of this study was to clarify the activated regions in the human brain caused by low-level clenching and tooth separation, focusing on their differences.<br>Methods: For creating functional magnetic resonance images(fMRI), echo planar and T1-weighted images were obtained using a 3T MRI apparatus. …

    Journal of The Japanese Stomatological Society 69(1), 13-21, 2020

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  • Induced pluripotent stem cell–based Drug Repurposing for Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis Medicine (iDReAM) study: protocol for a phase I dose escalation study of bosutinib for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis patients

    Imamura Keiko , Izumi Yuishin , Banno Haruhiko , Uozumi Ryuji , Morita Satoshi , Egawa Naohiro , Ayaki Takashi , Nagai Makiko , Nishiyama Kazutoshi , Watanabe Yasuhiro , Hanajima Ritsuko , Oki Ryosuke , Fujita Koji , Takahashi Naoto , Ikeda Takafumi , Shimizu Akira , Morinaga Akiko , Hirohashi Tomoko , Fujii Yosuke , Takahashi Ryosuke , Inoue Haruhisa

    … Introduction: Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a progressive and severe neurodegenerative disease caused by motor neuron death. … After completion of the transitional period, subjects whose total ALS Functional Rating Scale-Revised (ALSFRS-R) score decreased by 1–3 points during the 12-week observation period receive bosutinib for 12 weeks. …

    BMJ Open 9(12), 2019-12-02

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  • Sit-to-walk Task in Hemiplegic Stroke Patients: Relationship between Movement Fluidity and the Motor Strategy in Initial Contact

    OSADA Yuji , YAMAMOTO Sumiko , FUCHI Masako , IBAYASHI Setsuro

    … The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between movement fluidity and motor strategy in the initial contact of the STW task. … The relationship between fluidity index (FI) and other indices (kinetic and kinematic data in STW, functional independence measure [FIM], and Fugl-Meyer Assessment [FMA]) were analyzed using Spearman’s rank correlation coefficient. …

    Journal of the Japanese Physical Therapy Association 18(1), 7-14, 2015

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  • Clinical Epidemiological Investigation of Spinal Muscular Atrophy in Japan  [in Japanese]

    Ito Mayuri , Saito Kayoko , Osawa Makiko

    … As to the maximum motor functional level, severity varied among SMA subtypes. …

    Journal of Tokyo Women's Medical College 83(臨増), E52-57, 2013-01

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  • The Trial of Surface Electrical Stimulation for the Abdomen in the Inactive Elderly  [in Japanese]

    SASAKI Misa , SEKI Kazunori , OHNO Chiyuki , SATOU Hiroyuki , HANDA Yasunobu

    … Strength of the trunk muscles is a key of motor control but it declines easily with the process of aging and/or disuse. … Before ES and 1month and 2 months after ES, we measured grip strength, maximum walking speed, time of getting up, flexibility of the trunk, standing balance, score of Functional Independence Measure (FIM) and cross sectional area of the abdominal muscles examined by Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI). …

    Transactions of Japanese Society for Medical and Biological Engineering 48(3), 241-247, 2010-06-10

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  • The recovery process of motor function in elderly patients with cerebrovascular disease  [in Japanese]

    FUJIMURA Masahiko

    … Evaluation items were: the grip power, one-leg standing time with eyes open, functional reach, timed up and go test (TUGT) and falling bar test. … The maximum recovery value of individual measurements in each patient was considered 100%, in order to calculate the recovery rate.<br> …

    Nippon Ronen Igakkai Zasshi. Japanese Journal of Geriatrics 47(3), 213-219, 2010-05-25

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  • Relation of the maximum calf circumference with albumin and body mass index in elderly cases of chronic hospitalization  [in Japanese]

    Kubo Akira , Yoshimatsu Tatsuki , Nishida Yusuke

    … To examine the relation of the calf circumference at the level where the size of the triceps surae appeared largest (maximum calf circumference MCC) with albumin (Alb) and body mass index (BMI) in elderly cases of chronic hospitalization.<br> …

    Nippon Ronen Igakkai Zasshi. Japanese Journal of Geriatrics 46(3), 239-243, 2009

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  • INFLUENCE OF SHORT-TERM IMMOBILIZATION ON THE OUTPUT FUNCTION AT HIGH AND LOW CONTRACTION FORCE WITH ABDUCTION OF INDEX FINGER  [in Japanese]

    KIZUKA Tomohiro , YAMADA Hiroshi , KANEKO Fuminari , YOKOI Takashi , SEKI Kazuhiko , KANEKO Kimihiro , MASUDA Tadashi

    … Although a large number of studies have been conducted into negative influences on motor function after long-term muscle disuse, little is known about the effect of short-term muscle disuse and its mechanism. … Moreover, the aspect of functional decrease during short-term muscle disuse may be different at high and low levels of muscle output. …

    バイオメカニズム 17, 37-48, 2004-08-25

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  • INFLUENCE OF SHORT-TERM IMMOBILIZATION ON THE OUTPUT FUNCTION AT HIGH AND LOW CONTRACTION FORCE WITH ABDUCTION OF INDEX FINGER  [in Japanese]

    KIZUKA Tomohiro , YAMADA Hiroshi , KANEKO Fuminari , YOKOI Takashi , SEKI Kazuhiko , KANEKO Kimihiro , MASUDA Tadashi

    … Although a large number of studies have been conducted into negative influences on motor function after long-term muscle disuse, little is known about the effect of short-term muscle disuse and its mechanism. … Moreover, the aspect of functional decrease during short-term muscle disuse may be different at high and low levels of muscle output. …

    Biomechanisms (17), 37-48, 2004

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  • Task Dependent Motor Strategy of Human Triceps Surae Muscle

    Akasaka Kiyokazu , Onishi Hideaki , Ihashi Kouji , Ichie Masayoshi , Handa Yasunobu

    … Even though many investigators have analyzed the functional difference of the three heads of triceps surae in human, none of them succeeded to clarify the distinctive functional difference of those three muscles. …

    Journal of the Japanese Physical Therapy Association 7(1), 15-22, 2004

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  • Peroneus Longus can not be Fully Activated during Ankle Complex Exercises by Uninjured Subjects

    Ozaki Takuma , Mizuno Kosaku , Grabiner Mark D.

    … Ten healthy subjects performed isometric maximum voluntary contractions (MVCs) of eversion and plantarflexion on a dynamometer and against manual resistance, and performed dynamic whole-body activities that place large loads on the ankle complex (vertical jumps and side-cuts). … During these activities, surface EMG signals were collected from the peroneus longus and expressed as a percentage of the maximum motor responses elicited by electric stimulation. …

    The Kobe journal of the medical sciences 45(3/4), 119-126, 1999-08

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  • A comparative study on the prognosis and affecting factors of putaminal hemorrhage and thalamic hemorrhage.  [in Japanese]

    Wakasugi Hiroshi

    Functional prognosis was classified into four groups as follows according to activities of daly living (ADL): ADL1 almost full recovery, ADL2 partially dependent, ADL3 almost completely dependent, ADL4 bedridden.<BR>The results were as follows:<BR>1) The mortality rate for PH sufferers, 44.5%, was almost the same as for TH sufferers, 46.8%. … For patients in their forties and fifties functional prognosis was favourable. …

    Journal of Nippon Medical School 54(1), 63-77, 1987

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  • Recent Advance in Logopedics and Phoniatrics  [in Japanese]

    HIRANO Minoru

    … Whenever one sees a child with speech delayed, he should keep, at least, the following possible causes in his mind: mental retardation, hearing impairment, motor disturbances of the speech organs such as cerebral palsy, brain injuries which may cause developmental aphasia, emotional disturbances, general weakness, and unfavorable speech environment.<BR>2. …

    OTOLOGIA FUKUOKA 17(2), 138-143, 1971

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  • Studies on Motor Function of Hemiplegic Patients after Cerebrovascular Accident:First Report

    SAWAKI Nobuyuki

    … In order to clarify the specificity and to standardize the method for evaluating grade of the impairment, the motor function in hemiplegia following cerebrovascular accident was examined by means of the ADL (activities of daily living) test and the motor functional test.<br>Part 1 ADL test<br>Twenty items of ADL were tested, the score of 0-3 points being given to each activity. …

    The Japanese Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine 7(1), 3-15, 1970

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  • CORTICAL MOTOR FUNCTION AND THE ANTIDROMIC CORTICAL RESPONSE TO STIMULATION OF THE MEDULLARY PYRAMIDAL TRACT IN THE RAT

    OHTA Masahiro

    … Adult rats (Wistar King A) were used, thirty-seven animals for recording antidromic cortical responses, five for observation of the motor effect of cortical stimulation and three for histological sections of the cerebral cortex.<BR>2. … The amplitude of the waves gradually decreased in the frontal direction from the maximal responsive point, and in the occipital direction it rapidly decreased to an immeasurably small level. … The potential at the frontal pole was about one sixth of the maximum. …

    The Japanese Journal of Physiology 18(1), 100-124, 1968

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