Chronic phantom limb pain: the effects of calcitonin, ketamine, and their combination on pain and sensory thresholds.. ... Pain thresholds were unaffected by calcitonin. The analgesic effect of the combination of calcitonin and ketamine was ... Pain thresholds after electrical, thermal, and pressure stimulation were recorded before and during each infusion. ... Sensory assessments indicated that peripheral mechanisms are unlikely important determinants of phantom limb pain. Ketamine, ...
Our results show that thermal sensory thresholds measured with the two devices are comparable. However, our data suggest that, ... In order to analyze whether this noise could influence the thermal threshold measurements we compared the thresholds obtained ... of intrinsic noise generated by a thermotesting device on thermal sensory detection and thermal pain detection thresholds.. ... At each session, heat, heat pain, cold, and cold pain thresholds were determined with three measurements. Bland-Altman analysis ...
Sensory perception testing. Patient characteristics by average resting hot pain threshold are shown in Table 2. Compared with ... Sensory perception testing. Results from the Marstock test of cutaneous sensory perception were obtained at baseline after the ... The solid linerefers to patients with hot pain threshold ≥41°C, and the broken linerefers to patients with hot pain threshold , ... Patients were divided into two groups: 1) average hot pain threshold ,41°C; and 2) average hot pain threshold ≥41°C. Previous ...
Discuss basic principles of sensory transduction, including absolute threshold, difference threshold, signal detection, and ... Explain common sensory disorders (e.g., visual and hearing impairments).. • Describe general principles of organizing and ... Describe sensory processes (e.g., hearing, vision, touch, taste, smell, vestibular, kinesthesis, pain), including the specific ... In this unit students learn how humans convert sensory input into kinds of information. They examine how humans learn, remember ...
Sensory Thresholds / physiology * Urodela * Vision, Ocular / physiology * Visual Acuity / physiology * Visual Prosthesis* ...
Pain-producing heat is detected by several classes of nociceptive sensory neuron that differ in their thermal response ... thresholds. The cloned capsaicin receptor, also known as the vanilloid receptor subtype 1 (VR1), is a heat-gated ion channel ... Instead, VRL-1 is activated by high temperatures, with a threshold of approximately 52 degrees C. Within sensory ganglia, VRL-1 ... A capsaicin-receptor homologue with a high threshold for noxious heat Nature. 1999 Apr 1;398(6726):436-41. doi: 10.1038/18906. ...
For all subjects who passed all conditions of the balance test, the baseline thresholds were 0.97˚/s for yaw rotation, 0.66˚/s ... For all subjects who passed all conditions of the balance test, the baseline thresholds were 0.97˚/s for yaw rotation, 0.66˚/s ... Direction-recognition thresholds were measured using standard methods. The motion consisted of single cycles of sinusoidal ... As a percentage of the baseline, the fitted slopes (indicating the threshold increase each decade above the age cut-off) were ...
Vibrotactile perception threshold measurements for diagnosis of sensory neuropathy. description of a reference population. Int ... Brammer29 has proposed a baseline threshold of 1 m/s2(A8) for vascular signs. This threshold could be similar for sensorineural ... Threshold limit for hand-arm vibration exposure throughout the workday. In: Brammer AJ , taylor D , eds. Vibration effects on ... Progress in vibrotactile threshold evaluation techniques: a review. J Hand Ther 2011;24:240-56. quiz 56.doi:10.1016/j.jht. ...
tACS over the sensory area areas has been used successfully to elicit sensations in the respective sensory domains (Abd Hamid ... 10 Hz tACS Over Somatosensory Cortex Does Not Modulate Supra-Threshold Tactile Temporal Discrimination in Humans. Marc A. ... Notably, these studies used detection tasks in which subjects had to report whether a stimulus near perceptual threshold was ... In our study, however, we used a discrimination task in which stimulation was always above perceptual threshold and subjects ...
Sensory perception of the shock was determined through threshold assessment. Each animal was placed individually into the ... The mean fluorescence intensity that exceeded a threshold set above background was determined for each slice in CA1 cell body ... The mean fluorescence intensity that exceeded a threshold set above background was determined for each slice in CA1 cell body ... Threshold to flinching, jumping, and screaming was quantified for each animal by averaging of the shock intensity at which each ...
The former includes thresholds, intensity judgements and sensory adaptation. Ratings of pleasantness or preferences are ... Consistency of sensory testing with 4-and 5-year-old children. Food Qual Prefer 2004;15:541-8. doi:10.1016/j.foodqual.2003.11. ... Sensory perception and pleasantness of food flavors in elderly subjects. J Gerontol 1994;49:P93-99. doi:10.1093/geronj/49.3.P93 ... Sensory perception and pleasantness of orange beverages from childhood to old age. Food Qual Prefer 1998;9:5-12. doi:10.1016/ ...
Perceptual and motor threshold for median and ulnar nerve stimuli. Mean perceptual (A) and motor (B) thresholds for median ... Sensory nerve action potentials (SNAPs) and somatosensory evoked potentials (SEPs), routinely used to assess sensory pathways, ... The absence of clinical sensory signs, of correlation between sensory defect and motor symptoms and the fact that DTI metrics ... suggesting that the sensory defect occurs at a very early stage of the degenerative process.4-6 Accordingly, sensory nerve ...
Sensory nerve perception threshold measurements using a NEUROMETER™ have confirmed a concurrent functional impairment. ... Elevation of the normal pre-stress threshold interferes with the resiliency of the network. Translated to the soft tissues, ... Strain that has exceeded the threshold of tolerance produces plastic changes involving residual tensional tone. In response to ... The transformed signal can then be subjected to threshold evaluation or otherwise processed to determine when the harmonic ...
1932) Genetics of sensory thresholds: taste for phenylthiocarbamate. Proc Natl Acad Sci 18:120. ...
... and heat pain thresholds decreased (hyperalgesia). At 40 weeks, median and ulnar motor and sensory responses improved and were ... At 40 weeks after attack onset her NIS score was 19 points and the NSC was normalised for symptoms of pain, with the sensory ... Two months before biopsy he developed subacute worsening pain in the left hand with sensory and motor loss in the arm and hand ... Electrophysiological and quantitative sensory studies. Patient 1. Patient 1 had serial nerve conduction studies, ...
Pain thresholds for the sensory modalities of interest (ie, heat, cold, pressure, pain by means of electrical stimulation and ... pain thresholds (cold pain threshold, heat pain threshold, pressure pain threshold, pain threshold by means of electrical ... If increased sensory thresholds indicate a preclinical state of DSPN, QST or bedside neurological testing, including small- ... The significance of quantitative temperature sense thresholds in diagnosis of small fibrous sensory neuropathy in patients with ...
An asymmetry of sensory threshold was found for all the subjects and this was more pronounced with shorter stimuli. Of right- ... In order to examine the relationship of sensory threshold and handedness the latter was assessed by means of the Edinburgh ... In 119 healthy volunteers sensory thresholds were measured bilaterally by stimulating the distal phalange of the little finger ... handers tested 73.5% had a lower threshold on the left side while 70.8% of left-handers had a lower threshold on the right side ...
Hence, above threshold levels urge can theoretically occur, even in the absence of a pressure increase. This hypothesis could ... The distinction between motor and sensory urge could be artifactual based on a misunderstanding of fundamental bladder wall ...
Measured QST thresholds. A comparison of the actual measured sensory test thresholds is more informative about magnitude of ... Indicators of sensory abnormality were based on comparison of sensory thresholds to age dependent reference values derived from ... Quantitative sensory tests. Two thermal sensory tests, for hot and cold sensation, and a vibration sensory test were used in ... The effect of this random error is to weaken the power of the regression of sensory thresholds against exposure to detect an ...
Bottom Line: This difference helps to explain why thresholds for rod- and cone-mediated signals have different dependencies on ... Bottom Line: This difference helps to explain why thresholds for rod- and cone-mediated signals have different dependencies on ... This difference helps to explain why thresholds for rod- and cone-mediated signals have different dependencies on background ... This difference helps to explain why thresholds for rod- and cone-mediated signals have different dependencies on background ...
Ueno, H., & Suzuki, Y. (1967). Studies on sensory deprivation: VI. Part 3. Effect of sensory deprivation upon perceptual ... Blake, R. (1977). Threshold conditions for binocular rivalry. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and ... Sensory Systems, 9, 119-121. Rubin, G. S. (1984). Suppression and summation in binocular pattern vision. Dissertation Abstracts ... Horne, E. P., & Hart, H. C. (1960). Perceptual thresholds and spontaneous cortical rhythms. Journal of General Psychology, 62, ...
Small sensory neurons in the rat dorsal root ganglia express functional NK-1 tachykinin receptor. Eur J Neurosci 1998;10:1292-9 ... Measurement of thermal pain threshold. In a subgroup of animals (n=8 per group), the thermal pain threshold (PT) of the neck ... Primary sensory afferents of the DRG innervate the skin and detect a wide range of stimuli. Traditionally, the DRG neuron is ... Contribution of the activation of satellite glia in sensory ganglia to pathological pain. Neurosci Biobehav Rev 2009;33:784-92. ...
1994) Evaluation of colonic sensory thresholds in IBS patients using a barostat. Comparison with healthy subjects. Dig Dis Sci ... The intestine is supplied by four systems of sensory neurones: vagal sensory neurones (cell bodies in the nodose ganglia), ... Representation of the types of sensory neurones of the gastrointestinal tract. Extrinsic sensory neurones: some have cell ... spinal sensory neurones (cell bodies in dorsal root ganglia), intrinsic sensory neurones (cell bodies in the gut wall), and ...
The sensory difference threshold of menthol odor in flavored tobacco determined by combining sensory and chemical analysis. ... For instance, the odour thresholds of vanillin and ethyl-vanillin are respectively, 58 and 100, while the odour threshold of ... may alter the detection threshold, it would be useful to establish detection thresholds of relevant flavour components in ... Odor thresholds of microbially induced off-flavor compounds in apple juice. J Agric Food Chem 2006;54:5984-9.doi:10.1021/ ...
... heat pain thresholds (−1.2°C; 95% CI −2.1 to −0.2, p,0.001), cold pain thresholds (3.1°C; 95% CI 1.8 to 4.4, p,0.001) and ... Sensory and motor deficits exist on the non-injured side of patients with unilateral tendon pain and disability-implications ... Sensory and motor deficits exist on the non-injured side of patients with unilateral tendon pain and disability-implications ... This review investigated evidence for bilateral sensory and motor system involvement in unilateral tendinopathy in humans. ...
1995) Lowered oesophageal sensory thresholds in patients with symptomatic but not excess gastroesophageal reflux. Evidence for ... 1991) Pain threshold levels and coping strategies among patients who have chest pain and normal coronary arteries. Med Clinic ... Sensory decision theory methods, experimental tasks that determine reasons for reporting symptoms, show that patients with ... 31Those with heartburn with normal esophageal acid exposure times also have lower thresholds to intraesophageal balloon ...
Apparatus and method to objectively measure sensory discrimination thresholds in the upper aero digestive tract ... Apparatus and method to objectively measure sensory discrimination thresholds in the upper aero digestive tract ...
... cognitive impairment results in a reduced threshold for sensory overload and distress which can lead to disruptive behaviours.8 ...
In the horizontal crista, there is a reduction in both reporter genes, suggesting a possible threshold effect of Bdnf ... 8D). These data show that growth of afferent nerve fibers to the sensory epithelia as well as branching within these sensory ... 5D) by E12.5, mostly near the sensory epithelia. Previous work has shown that this embryonic stage (E12.5) is before sensory ... some initial fiber growth to sensory epithelia occurs even in the absence of BDNF, provided the death of sensory neurons is ...
The effect of pulse width on sensory threshold is illustrated by the graph in FIG. 4. . This graph shows the variation of peak ... Moreover, the threshold of sensation generated in this way at 4 kHz takes place at lower amplitude than that produced by low ... An advantage of this method is therefore that the pain threshold when measured in terms of current applied is increased-in this ... but collectively the sum of the component pulses provide sufficient energy to meet the threshold level at which these channels ...