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Professor with Special Assignment
Present specialized field
Neuroscience-general, Neuroscience-general, Rehabilitation science
Foundational Study on the Simple Detection of Impairment Resulting in Dangerous Driving in Patients with Higher Brain Dysfunction.
Measurement of maximal muscle contraction force induced by high-frequency magnetic stimulation: a preliminary study on the identification of the optimal stimulation site.
Visual Attention and Motion Visibility Modulate Motor Resonance during Observation of Human Walking in Different Manners
Physical activities in elderly patients with aspiration pneumonia after hip fractures
The relationship among evaluation methods for motor imagery ability of walking
Development of wearable robot equipped with MR fluid brake on knee joint for gait training.
Preventive Effects of Repetitive Peripheral Magnetic Stimulation on Muscle Atrophy in the Paretic Lower Limb of Acute Stroke Patients: A Pilot Study
Effects of Tongue-Strengthening Exercise on the Geniohyoid Muscle in Young
Motor activation is modulated by visual experience during cyclic gait observation: A transcranial magnetic stimulation study
Effects of anterior tongue strengthening exercises on posterior tongue strength in healthy young adults.
Effects of revisions to the health insurance system on the recovery-phase rehabilitation ward.
Assessment of chest movements in tetraplegic patients using a three-dimensional motion analysis system
Food transit duration is associated with the number of stage II transport cycles when eating solid food
Retest reliability of ultrasonic geniohyoid muscle measurement.
Effectiveness of Dysphagia Rehabilitation in a Post-cardiac Surgery Patient Who Leads a Social Life.
Social Brain Dysfunction
Investigation into the safety of driving by individuals with higher brain dysfunction
Effect of visual biofeedback of posterior tongue movement on articulation rehabilitation in dysarthria patients
Considerations for safety of high-frequency repetitive peripheral magnetic stimulation of skeletal muscles in rats: Assessment by histological analysis of muscles and biochemical blood tests
Effect of tube feeding method on establishment of oral intake in stroke patients with dysphagia: comparison of intermittent tube feeding and nasogastric tube feeding.
Excitability changes in intracortical neural circuits induced by differentially controlled walking patterns
Factors related to low back pain in patients with hip osteoarthritis.
Twenty years of trans-disciplinary approach development for dysphagia rehabilitation in Japan.
Effect of fingertip touch on postural sway during static standing in patients with femoral neck or trochanteric fracture.
Risk factors for patients who develop pneumonia either before or after hip fracture surgery.
Sequential Coordination between Lingual and Pharyngeal Pressures Produced during Dry Swallowing.
Electrode position and hyoid movement in surface electrical stimulation of the suprahyoid muscle group.
Utility of full-body thermotherapy for an elderly patient with multiple organ complications requiring lower-leg amputation
Review of pathophysiology in dysphagia due to cerebral famage: topics related to swallowing reflex.
Effects of volitional walking control on postexercise changes in motor cortical excitability
Factors related to the prefer walking speed of patients with unilateral hip osteoarthritis.
Use of electrical or magnetic stimulation for generating hip flexion torque.
Consideration of ways to generate hip flexion torque by using electrical stimulation: Measurement of torque and the degree of pain
Observation of arytenoid movement during laryngeal elevation using videoendoscopic evaluation of swallowing.
Changes in motor evoked potentials in the suprahyoid muscles by repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation
Predicting the Prognosis of Swallowing Function in Stroke Patients with Dysphagia Using the Videofluoroscopic Dysphagia Scale.
The outcome of dysphagia rehabilitation in post-surgical patients with head and neck cancer: Investigation before widespread use of PEG
A requirement of FANCL and FANCD2 monoubiquitination in DNA repair
Swallowing characteristics of myotonic dystrophy patients.
A new method using F-waves to measure muscle fiber conduction velocity (MFCV).
Unilateral spatial neglect related to a depressed skin flap following decompressive craniectomy.
Therapeutic orthosis and electrical stimulation for upper extremity hemiplegia after stroke: a review of effectiveness based on evidence. Topics in stroke rehabilition
Real-time measurement of frozen gait in patient with parkinsonism using a sensor-controlled walker.
Effects of therapeutic passive exercise of hip and knee joints on the soleus H-reflex.
Incremental responses of compound muscle action potentials in normal rats produced by repeated electrical stimulation.
Comparison of amplitudes of surface macro motor with potentials recorded from various muscle sites.
Improvement of peripheral neuropathy by testosterone in a patient with 48, XXYY syndrome.
Relationship between hypoxemia and fibrillation potential firing rate in denervated muscle.
Effects of dantrolene sodium on fibrillation potentials in denervated rat muscles.
Muscle fiber conduction velocity of denervated muscles in the rat.
Utility of magnetic stimulation for ulnar nerve conduction studies.
Hemiplegic Muscular Atrophy Evaluated by Fat/Water Suppression Magnetic Resonance Imaging(MRI).
A new method of estimating the distribution of muscular fiber conduction velocities.
Age-Related changes Estimated by Magnetic Resonance (MR) Imaging.
Fat/Water Suppression Magnetic Resonance (MR) Imaging in Disuse Muscular Atrophy.
Waveform analysis of compound nerve action potentials: A computer simulation.
Extent of pyramidal tract Wallerian degeneration in brainstem on magnetic resonance imaging and the degree of motor impairment after supratentorial stroke.
Objective Parameters in MRI for Neuromuscular Dignosis : Preliminary Findings
Fibrillation Potentials do not Originate in Type I Muscle Fibers?
Two types of abnormal somatosensory evoked potentials in chronic cerebellar ataxias.
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The immediate effects of rhythm task on gait speed of PD patients
Disuse Atrophy in the Geniohyoid Muscle Cannot be Prevented Only by Nutritional Management.
A pilot study of the preventive effects of repetitive peripheral magnetic stimulation on muscle atrophy
Education and Accreditation of Health Care Professional (HCP) for patients with dysphagia in Japan.
TONGUE MUSCLE STRENGTH TRAINING INCREASES THE SUPRAHYOID MUSCLE MASS IN HEALTHY SUBJECTS
The study of memory and executive disorders and discourse with cartoon tasks
DOES THE GAIT IMAGERY ABILITY AFFECT CORTICOSPINAL EXCITABILITY DURING GAIT OBSERVATION?
Characteristics of Motor Cortical Activity during Gait Observation
EFFECTS OF ACTIVE EXERCISE COMBINED WITH REPETITIVE PERIPHERAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION ON A HEMIPLEGIC LOWER LIMB: A CASE REPORT
Development of a finger joint extension orthosis for integrated volitional control electrical stimulation of upper extremity of stroke patients with hemiplegia.
Severe dysphagia during a recurrence of juvenile dermatomyositis -A case report-
Effects of donepezil hydrochloride on functional independence measure (FIM) of stroke pstients in our recovery phase rehabilitation ward.
Poliomyelitis patient with cerebral infarction regained high ADL
The effect of botulinum toxin A in function and ability for stroke patient.
The surface electrical stimulation in a patient with dysphagia caused by dyskinesia.
Use-dependent excitability changes in intracortical circuits induced by different walking patterns
Volitional control of walking induces changes in motor cortical excitability
Current Topics of Dysphagia Rehabilitation in Japan
Control of walking pattern induces excitability changes in the intracortical circuits of the leg area
Poliomyelitis patient with cerebral infarction regained high ADL.
Dynamics of posterior tongue during articulation in dysphagia and/or dysarthria patients.
Dynamics of posterior tongue tongue during articulation in dysphagia and/or dysarthria patients
Electrical stimulation to the suprahyoid muscles as a basis of dysphagia rehabilitation
Why does her rt. shoulder elevate associating with swallowing after traumatic brain injury and atlantoaxial subluxation? A case report
Effects of electrical stimulation on preventing disuse atrophy of the neck muscles
Influence of the amount of walking on corticospinal excitability during different walking tasks
Coordination between Lingual and pharyngeal pressure productions during dry swallowing
Initiation of stage II transport: Influence of food transit duration
Effect of the texture and moisture of food in the pharyngeal swallow
Rt. shoulder elevation associated with swallowing after traumatic brain injury
Ultrasonographic measurement of the thickness of the rectus femoris and vastus intermedius during electrical stimulation
The relationship between pharyngeal area on Videofluorography and the severity of dysphagia on the patients with inflammatory myopathy
Physical Activities in Elderly Patients with Aspiration Pneumonia after Hip Fractures
Aspiration Pneumonia before or after Surgery for Elderly Patients with Hip Fractures
The Trial of Lidocaine Injection Improves the Success Rate of Botulinum Toxin Injection for Dysphagia with Upper Esophagial Sphincter (UES) Dysfunction
The effect of chewing on the viscosity of foods
The practical use of nutrient medicine on Videofluorography
The relationship between the duration of pharyngeal swallow and the food viscosity
Changes in motor evoked potentials of the suprahyoid muscles by repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation
Electromyographic findings in patients with Wallenberg's syndrome with severe dysphagia
The effect of chewing on the viscosity of foods
Progress and New Development of Dysphagia Rehabilitation in Japan
The change of cohesiveness and hardness on food after chewing
The relationship between impairment and disability in feeding for patients with dysphagia after stroke in the sub-acute phase
Training effect in swallowing functions for stroke patients with dysphagia
A prospective multicenter controlled study on comprehensive transdisciplinary feeding training
The relationship between area of two-dimension on videofluorography and volume
Two cases of post-stroke cerebellar conghitive affective syndrome
The outcome of swallowing after head and neck surgery
Inter-Rator reliability of swallowing evaluation methods used in Japan：Fujishima’s Grade，The dysphagia severity scale，and eating status scales
Community based rehabilitation and comprehensive community care for patients needing cognitive rehabilitation. Parallel Session 21: Community-based rehabilitation in different countries.
Influence of color brightness differences on unilateral spatial neglect.
Inter-rator reliability of swallowing valuation methods used in Japan: Fujishima's grade, the dysphagia severity scale, and eating status scales
Outcome of cognitive rehabilitation among patients with dysexecutive syndrome.
The report of day-rehabilitation services under long-term care insurance system in Japan
Research on aspiration pneumonia in patients with cerebral infarction in a Recovery Stage Ward in a Medical School Hospital
Feeding methods and life expectancies for patients with dysphagia in a subacute rehabilitation care unit
A case of repeated bulbar hemorrhage due to arteriovenous malformation
Functional reorganization and cortical plasticity after constrained-induced movement therapy (CIMT) combined with neuromuscular electrical stimulation in subacute stroke: A case report
Sleep apnea syndrome and stroke
Measurement of muscle fiber conduction velocity using multi-point stimulation technique in rats
Muscle fiber conduction velocity in rats with steroid myopathy
Qualitative difference of left unilateral spatial neglect (USN) in various unilateral lesions following cerebral infarction
Relationship between the Life-style and cognitive function in elderly
What is a motivation of a resident in geriatric health care facility for the elderly reflected by?
How are the life-style related to the regional cerebral blood flow and cognitive function in elderly with and without dementia?
Diazepam induces dysphagia without decreasing level of consciousness -Two cases report-
Observation of arytenoids movement during laryngeal elevation using video endoscopic evaluation of swallowing
Relationship between cognitive function and regional cerebral blood flow in Alzheimer's diseas
Relationship between muscle fiber conduction velocity and single nerve conduction velocity using F-waves
Characteristics of swallowing in myotonic dystrophy patients
Dysphagia following traumatic brain injuries (TBI): clinical observations of swallowing rehabilitation
Investigation of a rehabilitation wards for patients in the recovery phase in a university hospital
The role of arytenoid regions during swallowing
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