Forearm

Publication Title: 
The Journal of Investigative Dermatology

Studies in model organisms suggest that aged cells can be functionally rejuvenated, but whether this concept applies to human skin is unclear. Here we apply 3'-end sequencing for expression quantification ("3-seq") to discover the gene expression program associated with human photoaging and intrinsic skin aging (collectively termed "skin aging"), and the impact of broadband light (BBL) treatment.

Author(s): 
Chang, Anne Lynn S.
Bitter, Patrick H.
Qu, Kun
Lin, Meihong
Rapicavoli, Nicole A.
Chang, Howard Y.
Publication Title: 
Journal of Anatomy
Author(s): 
Ghosh, M. L.
Hudson, G.
Blackburn, E. K.
Publication Title: 
Clinical Science
Author(s): 
Black, S.
Edholm, O. G.
Fox, R. H.
Kidd, D. J.
Publication Title: 
The American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis

Forearm arterial flow was measured in 22 healthy first-time blood donors during a 300-ml. blood letting and during the subsequent recovery. Blood pressure (BP) was also taken simultaneously and forearm peripheral resistance calculated. Following a transient BP and flow increase due to tachycardia related to needle insertion, both systolic BP and flow progressively and significantly decreased, while resistance increased. In a further 22 sex- and aged-matched highly hypnotizable subjects, blood donation was simulated by means of verbal hypnotic suggestions.

Author(s): 
Casiglia, E.
Mazza, A.
Ginocchio, G.
Onesto, C.
Pessina, A. C.
Rossi, A.
Cavatton, G.
Marotti, A.
Publication Title: 
International Journal of Psychophysiology: Official Journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology

During hypnosis it is easy to induce hallucinations having, for the hypnotized subject, the characteristics and the concreteness of reality. This study was performed to put in evidence the physical effects of hypnotic suggestion of warm tub bathing. 18 volunteers screened for high hypnotizability were studied.

Author(s): 
Casiglia, Edoardo
Rossi, Augusto
Tikhonoff, Valérie
Scarpa, Roberta
Tibaldeschi, Giorgio
Giacomello, Margherita
Canna, Paola
Schiavon, Laura
Rizzato, Alessandra
Lapenta, Antonio M.
Publication Title: 
The International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis

During hypnosis, the authors tested repeated weight-related, literal and metaphorical suggestions about the heaviness of the subjects' arms. The purpose was to determine if linguistically varied hypnotic suggestions produced significantly different motor reactions--involuntary pressure forces of the forearms--as assessed by a linguistic biomechanical system.

Author(s): 
Santarpia, Alfonso
Blanchet, Alain
Mininni, Giuseppe
Andrasik, Frank
Kwiatkowski, Fabrice
Lambert, Jean François
Publication Title: 
Anais Brasileiros De Dermatologia

We report the case of a 48-year-old, Caucasian female who presented with slowly progressing asymptomatic poikilodermatous changes of the extensor aspects of the forearms. She also had typical Poikiloderma of Civatte on the V of the neck and erythemato-telangiectatic rosacea of the central face. The patient had been practicing aroma-therapy for many years. Histologic examination revealed findings consistent with PC. Patch-testing revealed positive reactions to Fragrance mix and Nickel sulphate. Based on clinical and histological findings, a diagnosis of extracervical PC was suggested.

Author(s): 
Katoulis, Alexandros
Makris, Michalis
Gregoriou, Stamatis
Rallis, Eustathios
Kanelleas, Antonis
Stavrianeas, Nicolaos
Rigopoulos, Dimitris
Publication Title: 
The Journal of Neuroscience: The Official Journal of the Society for Neuroscience

In this study, a well established expectancy manipulation model was combined with a novel placebo intervention, a validated sham acupuncture needle, to investigate the brain network involved in placebo analgesia. Sixteen subjects completed the experiment. We found that after placebo acupuncture treatment, subjective pain rating reduction (pre minus post) on the placebo-treated side was significantly greater than on the control side.

Author(s): 
Kong, Jian
Gollub, Randy L.
Rosman, Ilana S.
Webb, J. Megan
Vangel, Mark G.
Kirsch, Irving
Kaptchuk, Ted J.
Publication Title: 
Pain

The majority of neuroimaging studies on pain focuses on the study of BOLD activations, and more rarely on deactivations. In this study, in a relatively large cohort of subjects (N=61), we assess (a) the extent of brain activation and deactivation during the application of two different heat pain levels (HIGH and LOW) and (b) the relations between these two directions of fMRI signal change. Furthermore, in a subset of our subjects (N=12), we assess (c) the functional connectivity of pain-activated or -deactivated regions during resting states.

Author(s): 
Kong, Jian
Loggia, Marco L.
Zyloney, Carolyn
Tu, Peichi
Laviolette, Peter
Gollub, Randy L.
Publication Title: 
Bioelectromagnetics

The reason for using acupuncture points as exposure sites in some applications of millimeter wave therapy has been unclear. Acupuncture points have been suspected to exhibit particular direct current (DC), low-frequency electrical and optical properties compared to surrounding skin. To assess if such a biophysical correlation could exist at millimeter wave frequencies used in the therapy, we investigated the dielectric properties of an acupuncture point on the forearm skin within the 50-75 GHz range.

Author(s): 
Egot-Lemaire, Stéphane J.-P.
Ziskin, Marvin C.

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