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  • Altered gray matter volume in patients with herpes zoster and postherpetic neuralgia. [Journal Article]
  • JPJ Pain Res 2019; 12:605-616
  • Liu J, Gu L, … Jiang J
  • CONCLUSIONS: The VBM method revealed widespread GMV abnormalities in HZ and PHN patients. The brains of PHN patients have broader abnormalities in nonpain-related regions, suggesting the complexity of a central mechanism. When PHN patients were compared with HZ patients, the left cerebellar tonsil, culmen, and left lentiform nucleus corresponded to greater area under the curve, suggesting that abnormalities in these regions are risk factors for HZ patients' transformation to PHN.
  • Seizure-Related Cortical Volume Alterations in Alzheimer's Disease: A Preliminary Study. [Journal Article]
  • JEJ Epilepsy Res 2018; 8(1):33-40
  • Hahm J, Kim KK, Kim DW
  • CONCLUSIONS: Our findings revealed that smaller temporal region volumes are predictive of cognitive dysfunction in AD patients with seizures. Given that these temporal areas overlap with regions showing abnormal brain activities in AD patients with seizures, these results suggest synergistic effects of AD and seizures on cortical volume and cognitive function.
  • Relationship between ambient light and glucose metabolism in healthy subjects. [Journal Article]
  • BNBMC Neurosci 2018 07 24; 19(1):44
  • Hirakawa H, Terao T, … Ishii N
  • CONCLUSIONS: The present findings suggest that the uptake of [18F]-FDG is significantly and inversely associated with ambient light in the left cerebellar vermis in healthy subjects. The cerebellar vermis may be involved in mood suppression which may be alleviated by light exposure where glucose uptake and metabolism in this area are decreased. Trial Registration This study is a secondary analysis of the previous randomized study which was registered as UMIN000007537. Retrospectively registered (March 20th, 2012).
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