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Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Peripheral Neuropathic Pain in the Spinal Cord and Brainstem
To date, most studies investigating the neural signature of pain in humans have focused on the brain, and those studies concerned with more caudal areas (such as the spinal cord (SC) or brainstem) have used only experimental ...
Sexual Responses in the Human Spinal Cord
Altered sexual function is one of the most devastating consequences of spinal cord trauma (SCT). Despite this fact, current knowledge of the neural circuitry regulating sexual response in the spinal cord (SC) in healthy ...
Activity in regions sensitive to auditory speech is modified during speech production: fMRI evidence for an efference copy
Models of speech production postulate that, in order to facilitate rapid and precise control of articulation, the predicted auditory feedback is sent to the auditory system to be compared with incoming sensory data. If ...
Neuronal Processes Underlying Spatial Summation of Heat Sensations Investigated by Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Entire Central Nervous System
Pain is a remarkably complex and a multifaceted process, involving the interaction between physiological and psychological factors in unique ways. Among many other factors, the size of the affected surface area contributes ...
Executive Function and Fronto-Striatal Circuitry: Insights From Antisaccades, Task Switching, and Parkinson’s Disease
Many studies of ‘executive control’ have focused on the prefrontal cortex (PFC), which contains the neuronal functional properties, modulatory neurotransmitters, and network connections with sensory and motor regions to ...