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Association between environmental noise and subjective symptoms related to cardiovascular diseases among elderly individuals in Japan

Azuma, Iwao Uchiyama. Data curation: Kenichi Azuma. Formal analysis: Kenichi Azuma. Funding acquisition: Iwao Uchiyama. Investigation: Kenichi Azuma, Iwao Uchiyama. Methodology: Kenichi Azuma, Iwao ... Uchiyama. Project administration: Kenichi Azuma, Iwao Uchiyama. Resources: Kenichi Azuma, Iwao Uchiyama. Supervision: Kenichi Azuma, Iwao Uchiyama. Validation: Kenichi Azuma, Iwao Uchiyama. Writing

Association of Odor Thresholds and Responses in Cerebral Blood Flow of the Prefrontal Area during Olfactory Stimulation in Patients with Multiple Chemical Sensitivity

Multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS) is a disorder characterized by nonspecific and recurrent symptoms from various organ systems associated with exposure to low levels of chemicals. Patients with MCS process odors differently than controls do. Previously, we suggested that this odor processing was associated with increased regional cerebral blood flow (rCBF) in the prefrontal area ...

Changes in Cerebral Blood Flow during Olfactory Stimulation in Patients with Multiple Chemical Sensitivity: A Multi-Channel Near-Infrared Spectroscopic Study

Multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS) is characterized by somatic distress upon exposure to odors. Patients with MCS process odors differently from controls. This odor-processing may be associated with activation in the prefrontal area connecting to the anterior cingulate cortex, which has been suggested as an area of odorant-related activation in MCS patients. In this study, ...