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Long-duration transcutaneous electric acupoint stimulation alters small-world brain functional networks

Acupuncture, which is recognized as an alternative and complementary treatment in Western medicine, has long shown efficiencies in chronic pain relief, drug addiction treatment, stroke rehabilitation and other clinical practices. The neural mechanism underlying acupuncture, however, is still unclear... Full description

Journal Title: Magnetic Resonance Imaging September 2013, Vol.31(7), pp.1105-1111
Main Author: Zhang, Yue
Other Authors: Jiang, Yin , Glielmi, Christopher B , Li, Longchuan , Hu, Xiaoping , Wang, Xiaoying , Han, Jisheng , Zhang, Jue , Cui, Cailian , Fang, Jing
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ID: ISSN: 0730-725X ; E-ISSN: 1873-5894 ; DOI: 10.1016/j.mri.2013.01.006
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title: Long-duration transcutaneous electric acupoint stimulation alters small-world brain functional networks
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  • Zhang, Yue
  • Jiang, Yin
  • Glielmi, Christopher B
  • Li, Longchuan
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  • Wang, Xiaoying
  • Han, Jisheng
  • Zhang, Jue
  • Cui, Cailian
  • Fang, Jing
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  • Small-World
  • Brain Functional Networks
  • Resting-State Fmri
  • Long-Duration Transcutaneous Electric Acupoint Stimulation (Teas)
  • Medicine
ispartof: Magnetic Resonance Imaging, September 2013, Vol.31(7), pp.1105-1111
description: Acupuncture, which is recognized as an alternative and complementary treatment in Western medicine, has long shown efficiencies in chronic pain relief, drug addiction treatment, stroke rehabilitation and other clinical practices. The neural mechanism underlying acupuncture, however, is still unclear. Many studies have focused on the sustained effects of acupuncture on healthy subjects, yet there are very few on the topological organization of functional networks in the whole brain in response to long-duration acupuncture (longer than 20 min). This paper presents a novel study on the effects of long-duration transcutaneous electric acupoint stimulation (TEAS) on the small-world properties of brain functional networks. Functional magnetic resonance imaging was used to construct brain functional networks of 18 healthy subjects (9 males and 9 females) during the resting state. All subjects received both TEAS and minimal TEAS (MTEAS) and were scanned before and after each stimulation....
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Acupuncture, which is recognized as an alternative and complementary treatment in Western medicine, has long shown efficiencies in chronic pain relief, drug addiction treatment, stroke rehabilitation and other clinical practices. The neural mechanism underlying acupuncture, however, is still unclear. Many studies have focused on the sustained effects of acupuncture on healthy subjects, yet there are very few on the topological organization of functional networks in the whole brain in response to long-duration acupuncture (longer than 20 min). This paper presents a novel study on the effects of long-duration transcutaneous electric acupoint stimulation (TEAS) on the small-world properties of brain functional networks. Functional magnetic resonance imaging was used to construct brain functional networks of 18 healthy subjects (9 males and 9 females) during the resting state. All subjects received both TEAS and minimal TEAS (MTEAS) and were scanned before and after each stimulation....

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