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Our finding in the present study has shown that applying cathodal direct current at sensory threshold may upregulate the expression of VEGF in patients with DFU, especially instantaneous after application of ES.
When measuring sensory thresholds, keep in mind that they normally increase with the patient's age and height.
One reason for this could be that in sensory threshold experiments participants evaluate incremental changes in stimulus level by saying "yes" or "no.
Among the tactile tasks, pressure threshold sensitivity can be viewed as analogous to auditory or visual acuity in the sense that all three are basic measures of absolute sensory threshold which entail very limited cognitive involvement.
These compounds are found at low concentrations and have a very low sensory threshold.
11,12) Major compounds of these classes are characterized by low sensory threshold (quercotriterpenoside 1 is perceived as sweet at 0.
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21) Our clinical experience would suggest that the normal dorsal sensory threshold is higher than the palmar/plantar threshold, but no evidence was found in the literature to confirm this.
In wine, volatile fatty acids are responsible for a major fault when they accumulate beyond their sensory threshold.
MeSH levels seen in the white wine trial are, on average, six times higher than the sensory threshold of 1.
By adding subthreshold electrical [13] or mechanical noise (vibration with a randomly varying frequency) [14-16] to a subthreshold sensory input, the sensory threshold may be crossed.