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Intrinsic Functional Connectivity Of The Brain Swallowing Network During Subliminal Esophageal Acid Stimulation
A. Babaei, R. Siwiec, M. Kern, B. Douglas Ward, S-J Li, R. Shaker
Published 2013 · Psychology, Medicine
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Intrinsic synchronous fluctuations of the functional magnetic resonance imaging signal are indicative of the underlying ‘functional connectivity’ (FC) and serve as a technique to study dynamics of the neuronal networks of the human brain. Earlier studies have characterized the functional connectivity of a distributed network of brain regions involved in swallowing, called brain swallowing network (BSN). The potential modulatory effect of esophageal afferent signals on the BSN, however, has not been systematically studied.
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