sensory threshold


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sensory threshold

n. umbral sensorial.
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The researchers found that the sensory threshold for detecting differences in fluorescent light-exposed milk was 12 hours, and 9 hours for LED-exposed milk.
Phenolic compounds with heavy, pungent, burnt, cresolic, smoky notes and the low sensory threshold values were essential contributors to the flavour of the studied dry-cured loins.
This sensory threshold is the lowest among compounds that could be observed in wine.
O'Malley et al (2) and our study is similar in showing sensory threshold abnormalities in multiple nerves.
Further, the small number of items on the SSP does not allow for detailed analysis of sensory threshold data (Lane et al.
Therefore, we conducted this study to investigate the effect of applying cathodal direct current ES at sensory threshold intensity on the release of plasma VEGF and NO in type 2 diabetic patients with foot ulceration.
Some authors [20,21] reported that that hypertonicity and tonus decreases when TENS was below sensory threshold (ST).
A number of studies have shown central sensitization to be responsible for sensory threshold changes and widespread tenderness, as well as peripheral sensitization (13,14,33).
There was no change in vibration sensory threshold during the period of the study.
A comparison of fixed-step-size and Bayesian staircases for sensory threshold estimation.
Neuropathy was assessed by evaluation vibration sensory threshold and with electromyography.
Although the patient's sensory threshold to air stimulus was mildly abnormal at 5.