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Sham acupuncture devices--practical advice for researchers.
A pilot study of functional magnetic resonance imaging of the brain during manual and electroacupuncture stimulation of acupuncture point (LI-4 Hegu) in normal subjects reveals differential brain activation between methods.
The impact of placebo, psychopathology, and expectations on the response to acupuncture needling in patients with chronic low back pain.
[Some misunderstandings of deqi phenomenon: from historic review to experimental study].
Are all placebo effects equal? Placebo pills, sham acupuncture, cue conditioning and their association.
Design of a randomised acupuncture trial on functional neck/shoulder stiffness with two placebo controls.
Acupuncture modulates cortical thickness and functional connectivity in knee osteoarthritis patients.
Manual and electrical needle stimulation in acupuncture research: pitfalls and challenges of heterogeneity.
The modulation effect of longitudinal acupuncture on resting state functional connectivity in knee osteoarthritis patients.
Repeated verum but not placebo acupuncture normalizes connectivity in brain regions dysregulated in chronic pain.
Altered periaqueductal gray resting state functional connectivity in migraine and the modulation effect of treatment.
The Modulation Effect of Longitudinal Acupuncture on Resting State Functional Connectivity in Knee Osteoarthritis Patients.
Acupuncture treatment modulates the corticostriatal reward circuitry in major depressive disorder.
Enhancing treatment of osteoarthritis knee pain by boosting expectancy: A functional neuroimaging study.
Reduced tactile acuity in chronic low back pain is linked with structural neuroplasticity in primary somatosensory cortex and is modulated by acupuncture therapy.