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Changing the size of a mirror-reflected hand moderates the experience of embodiment but not proprioceptive drift: a repeated measures study on healthy human participants

Mirror visual feedback is used for reducing pain and visually distorting the size of the reflection may improve efficacy. The findings of studies investigating size distortion are inconsistent. The influence of the size of the reflected hand on embodiment of the mirror reflection is not known. The aim of this study was to compare the effect of magnifying and minifying mirror ...

Psychometric Properties of an Arabic Pain Anxiety Symptoms Scale-20 (PASS-20) in Healthy Volunteers and Patients Attending a Physiotherapy Clinic

Purpose The aim of this study was to cross-culturally adapt the PASS-20 questionnaire for use in Libya. Methods Participants were 71 patients (42 women) attending the physiotherapy clinic, Ibn Sina Hospital, Sirt, Libya for management of persistent pain and 137 healthy unpaid undergraduate students (52 women) from the University of Sirt, Libya. The English PASS-20 was translated ...

High-Risk Non-Muscle-Invasive Bladder Cancer—Therapy Options During Intravesical BCG Shortage

Veeratterapillay, Rakesh Heer, Mark I. Johnson, Raj Persad, and Christian Bach each declare no potential conflicts of interest. Human and Animal Rights and Informed Consent This article does not contain any studies

Complex regional pain syndrome in a competitive athlete and regional osteoporosis assessed by dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry: a case report

Karen Hind 0 Mark I Johnson 0 Carnegie Research Institute, Leeds Metropolitan University , Headingley Campus, Leeds LS6 3QS , UK Introduction: Dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry is rarely utilized in

Superpulsed Low-Level Laser Therapy Protects Skeletal Muscle of mdx Mice against Damage, Inflammation and Morphological Changes Delaying Dystrophy Progression

Aim To evaluate the effects of preventive treatment with low-level laser therapy (LLLT) on progression of dystrophy in mdx mice. Methods Ten animals were randomly divided into 2 experimental groups treated with superpulsed LLLT (904 nm, 15 mW, 700 Hz, 1 J) or placebo-LLLT at one point overlying the tibialis anterior muscle (bilaterally) 5 times per week for 14 weeks (from 6th to ...