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Modelling side to side intestinal anastomosis

Civit J, de la Portilla F, Sevillano , Civit A

Side-to-side intestinal anastomosis is a surgical procedure where an incision is performed between two parallel segments of gut and then they are sutured together. The purpose of this paper is...
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Design of a stimulation protocol to predict temperature distribution in subcutaneous tissue using the finite element model

Myoung HS, Kim DH, Kim HS, Lee KJ

Moxibustion is a traditional Oriental medicine therapy that treats the symptoms of a disease with thermal stimulation. However, it is difficult to control the strength of the thermal or chemical...
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Primary blast waves induced brain dynamics influenced by head orientations

Hua Y, Wang Y, Gu L

There is controversy regarding the directional dependence of head responses subjected to blast loading. The goal of this work is to characterize the role of head orientation in the mechanics...
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Application of computer-aided approaches to the PUMC classification of scoliosis

Zhang J, Li H, Zhang Y

Surgical planning for scoliosis relies on the classification of the spinal curve pattern. To improve the reliability of the Peking Union Medical College (PUMC) classification system for scoliotic spinal curves,...
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A bench-top micro-CT capable of simulating head motions

Hegazy MA, Eldib ME, Mun YJ, Cho MH, Cho MH, Lee SY

Computational three-dimensional (3D) models of a dental structure generated from 3D dental computed tomography (CT) images are now widely used in digital dentistry. To generate precise 3D models, high-resolution imaging...
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Unified principles of thalamo-cortical processing: the neural switch

Ribary U, Doesburg S, Ward LM

It has been reported that cross-frequency interactions may play an important role in local processing within thalamus and neocortex, as well as information transfer between subcortical and cortico-cortical brain regions....
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Dimensional contraction by principal component analysis as preprocessing for independent component analysis at MCG

Iwai M, Kobayashi

We propose a noise reduction method for magnetocardiograms (MCGs) based on independent component analysis (ICA). ICA is useful to separate the noise and signal components, but ICA-based automatic noise reduction...
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Non-magnetic compliant finger sensor for continuous fine motor movement detection

Sandhu A, Li Y, Peatfield , Yong XY, D'Arcy R, Menon C, Cheung TP

A non-magnetic MEG compatible device has been developed that provides continuous force and velocity information. Combined with MEG, this device may find utility in characterizing brain regions associated with force...
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A wearable system for adaptation to left–right reversed audition tested in combination with magnetoencephalography

Aoyama A, Kuriki S

Exposure of humans to unusual spaces is effective to observe the adaptive strategy for an environment. Though adaptation to such spaces has been typically tested with vision, little has been...
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Statistical non-parametric mapping in sensor space

Wagner M, Tech R, Fuchs M, Kastner J, Gasca F

Establishing the significance of observed effects is a preliminary requirement for any meaningful interpretation of clinical and experimental Electroencephalography or Magnetoencephalography (MEG) data. We propose a method to evaluate significance...
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MEG and EEG dipole clusters from extended cortical sources

Fuchs M, Kastner J, Tech R, Wagner M, Gasca F

Data from magnetoencephalography (MEG) and electroencephalography (EEG) suffer from a rather limited signal-to-noise-ratio (SNR) due to cortical background activities and other artifacts. In order to study the effect of the...
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Recent advances in biomagnetism and its applications

Im CH, Jun SC, Sekihara K

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