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Changes In The Theta Band Coherence During Motor Task After Hand Immobilization
Author: Igor Brauns, Silmar Teixeira, Bruna Velasques, Juliana Bittencourt, Sergio Machado, Mauricio Cagy, Mariana Gongora, Victor Hugo Bastos, Dionis Machado, Jose Salas-pacheco, Roberto Piedade, Pedro Ribeiro, Oscar Arias-carrión
Publisher: Derivative Works
19 pages
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Type of publication: Article
ISBN/ISSN: 1755-7682
DOI: 10.1186/1755-7682-7-51
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Many different factors can temporarily or permanently impair movement and impairs cortical organization, e.g. hand immobilization. Such changes have been widely studied using electroencephalography. Within this context, we have investigated the immobilization effects through the theta band coherence analysis, in order to find out whether the immobilization period causes any changes in the inter and intra-hemispheric coherence within the cerebral cortex, as well as to observe whether the theta band provides any information about the neural mechanisms involved during the motor act. We analyzed the cortical changes that occurred after 48 hours of hand immobilization. The theta band coherence was study through electroencephalography in 30 healthy subjects, divided into two groups (control and experimental). Within both groups, the subjects executed a task involving flexion and extension of the index finger, before and after 48 hours. The experimental group, however, was actually submitted to hand immobilization. We were able to observe an increase in the coupling within the experimental group in the frontal, parietal and temporal regions, and a decrease in the motor area. In order to execute manual tasks after some time of movement restriction, greater coherence is present in areas related to attention, movement preparation and sensorimotor integration processes. These results may contribute to a detailed assessment of involved neurophysiological mechanism in motor act execution.

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