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Papers and Abstracts Useful for Ryodoraku Research

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1 With reference to Ryodoroku, Fluctuations in cell number after electrical stimulation, -in Vitro experiment, For proper tension energization- 2 Acupuncture May Work on Autonomic Nervous System
3 Funktionelle Anatomie der Akupunkturpunkte 4 SENILE CHANGES IN THE SKIN:A Few Observations on the Influence of the Sun's Rays upon the Progress of the Change
5 The relationship between the gentle current phenomenon and personality, as well as brain waves 6 Sympathetic skin respons
7 Surgical application of cutaneous electrical reflex (for lumbar sympathectomy) 8 Changes in current skin layer reflection due to substantia nigra destruction
9 Our procedure of Wenger's method, the measurement of autonomic balance 10 Analysis of Eye Movement and GSR of Operator in the Operatory
11 Clinical study of human impedance (IV) A few applications in blood tests of low-frequency AC bridges 12 Impedance method; clinical value and limits
13 Detection of leprosy sensory disturbance by Katsuki-type skin layer electrical resistance measuring instrument 14 Fatigue of theTelephone and Telegraph Operators and the Psychogalvanic Phenomenon(P.G、P.)
15 Living body and electricity 16 Modern medical examination of meridians and acupuncture points
17 Biological characteristics (2) -Electrical characteristics 18 Basics of impedance measurement and clinical application
19 Experimental Studies on the So-called Electro-dermal Point 20 Evaluatlon of the Electro−Dermal Point on Low Back Pain
21 Electrical skin resistance in the area of sensory disorder 22 Reduced Incidence of Hepatitis in Blood-Recipients by Means of Donor-Screening by Electro-Dermatography
23 Auricular Acupuncture for Obesity --Conceming The Significance of Demlal Points-- 24 Comparison between Cardia Point and Lung Point on Auricular Acupuncture
25 Effects of thermal stimulation on the sympathetic nervous system --Focusing on skin electrical resistance-- 26 Effect of electric current on human sweat glands, and local antiperspirant method by electric current
27 Psychophysiological Study of Emotional Responses of Children 28 Comparison of problems with Ryodoraku theory and skin electrical points --The physical consideration--
29 Difference Between Neurometer and Electrodermometer Measurements 30 First Preventive Action in the Recovery Process of Wound
31 Relationship between cutaneous reflex and motor development in children with spasticity or rigdity 32 Autonomic nerve (1) -Centrifugal path-
33 STRESS -Physiological mechanism of stress response- 34 Brain response to electrical stimulation
35 Hyperhidrosis over the third intercostal nerve territory -An observation in a case of Pancoast syndrome- 36 Skin current resistance of vibration tool handler
37 An Application of a new sweating ratemeter to human beings:Its effectiveness compared with skin potential activities 38 Viscero -Cutaneous Reflex- A Design in Skin lmpedance Bridge and an Electric Impedance of the Electro-Dermal Point
39 Evaluation thermal -Environment by the thermal pain threshhold or the skin potential reflex 40 Pharmacological application of skin impedance
41 A new convenient method for measuring electrical impedance of the skin 42 What is an "acupuncture point"?
43 On the relationship between current skin reflex and autonomic nervous system function 44 Clinical study of human impedance (V) -On the frequency admittance trajectory of the human body at low frequencies-
45 Physiological and hygienic studies of sleep, Skin temperature during sleep and the time-lapse course of skin electrical reflexes 46 Construction of Equivalent Circuit for Skin lmpedance
47 Electronic Measurement for Low Points of Skin Electrica Resistance 48 Skin lmpedance Taking into Consideration the Multi-layer Configuration of Epidermal Stratum Corneum
49 Skin Electrical Resistance Measured by a Day Electrode and Search System for its Low Points 50 Actions of various drugs on sweat glands by electric current transport and effective local antiperspirant method
51 A study of P300 event-related potentials in schizophrenic patients 52 Impedance in surgical diseases
53 Measurement of Galvanic Skin Reflex evoked by Valsalva’s stimulation 54 Problems for Ryodoraku theory
55 Problems for the Neurometer (Nakatani method) 56 Reexamination of electrical measuring instruments (skin electrometers / neurometers) in the field of acupuncture and moxibustion
57 Electrophysiological research in the field of obstetrics and gynecology (Part 2) 58 Physiological study of sleep (Part 5) About the relationship between brain waves and various physical functions during sleep
59 Directional Electrical Conductance of Human Skin 60 Tissue impedance
61 Some Experimental Studies of Human Impedance for Clinica1 Application outline and Summary 62 Progress and Prospects of Meridian Physiology and Biophysics Research
63 Sweating and electrical resistance to the skin 64 Electrical Analysis of Properties of Human Skin
65 A Study of Electroconductivity to the Human Skin (Part1.Electrophotography) 66 Nature of the Local Differences in Electroconductivity by D.C.Measurement
67 Study on the Electroconductivity of the Human Skin (Part3)Regional Changes of Electric Resistance by Acupuncture 68 Current distribution of electrodes for transcutaneous electrical stimulation therapy
69 About "Acupuncture points" and skin energization (1) 70 Continued "Acupuncture points" and skin energization (Part 2)
71 About "Acupuncture points" and skin energization (3) 72 Study of Oversensitivity to Cold According to Ryodoraku Autonomic Nervous System Therapy(Neurometry)
73 Research on measurement and display of representative points of Ryodoraku (first report) -Examination about display- 74 Bioelectric generation theory (1)
75 Effectiveness of an electrosleep device on daytime sleep in healthy young subjects --a single blind cross over study using polygraphic recording-- 76 Study the old to understand the new, story on the membrane
77 Viscero-Cutaneous(Arteriole)Reflex 78 Electrical measurement of visceral wall reflex
79 Electronic alanalysis of the living tissue -An approach for objective description of pathological changes 80 Biophysical study on the mechanism of viscerocutaneous reflex
81 Visceral / cutaneous vascular reflex (I) 82 Visceral / cutaneous vascular reflex (II)
83 A Method Detecting The Low Resistance Point of the SKin 84 Studies on the Low Resistance Points of the Auricular Skin in Experimental Gastric Ulcer Rats
85 Searching for the direction of research on meridian phenomena 86 Histological studies on the skin electric resistance decreased points(SERDP)in Experimental animals
87 Patho-physiological Study of the Electro-dermal Point(E.D.P.)in the Orthopedic Diseases.--Comparison between lmpedance and Histological Findings-- 88 On the Electric Resistance of the Diseased human skin
89 Individual Pattern Changes in the Distribution of Skin Temperature,E1ectric Resistance,and Potential Difference 90 Examination of the phenomenon under punctate skin electrical resistance (skin electrical point) (1)
91 Examination of the phenomenon under punctate skin electrical resistance (skin electrical point) (2) 92 Effect of lontophoretic Anesthesia,Electric Resisitance and Blood flow at the Different Regions
93 Variations in the Value of Electric Resistivity to the Command Points (the terminal points, the source points and the connecting points)in Vertig 94 Patho-physiological Study of the Hepato-Cutaneous(arteriole)Reflex
95 A study about interpretation of Rorschaha Test on GSR 96 Clinical study of fluid equilibrium during shock using ICG clearance and body electrical resistance measurements
97 Viscero-Cutaneous Reflex --A Design in Electrodermometer and its Clinical Application-- 98 Principle of skin impedance outlier measurement and its practice
99 Changes in skin blood flow and perspiration eliciated with noxcious stimuli 100 Patho-physiological Study of the Cardio-Cutaneous(arteriole)Reflex
101 About the true nature of acupuncture points and meridians 102 Polarization and depolarization of plasma membrane and resistance to skin conduction
103 Electrical stimulation and excitement 104 Addendum to the findings of the vagal nerve stimulus reflex
105 Correlation Between the Conductivity of the 6 Pulse Diagnosis Points and the 12 Ryodoraku Diagnosis Point 106 Utilitty of Sympathetic Skin Response(SSR)as Sympathetic Functional Test in Non-Insulin-Depcndent-Diabetic Patients:Comparison with Orthostatic Changes of Blood Pressure,Pulse Rate and Cathecolamin Concentration
107 Effect of thermal baths on the membrane potential of the human skin 108 The Electric Resistance of the Skin in Normal Children
109 On the seasonal difference of the galvanic skin reflex 110 Two cases of combined treatment with neurotic stabilizer, hypnosis, and breathing, and GSR test results
111 On the Examination of Measurement Results of GSR,EIV and Trial Manufacture of the Prototype Bio-Impedance Measuring lnstrnments 112 On the Study of the Frequeney Characteristics of EIV(Elecmcal lmpedance of the Vagine) and the Estrus Period of Mice and Rats
113 Electrical impedance of the normal human skin with special reference to its regional differences (2nd report) 114 About the difference in body parts of the skin electric reflex
115 Skin electrical reflex (mental current phenomenon) measuring device 116 A study on the galvanic skin reflex (by stimulating lumbar sympathetic ganglions of cat)
117 Studies on the relation between galvanic skin reflex pulse and respiration 118 Studies on the galvanic skin reflex by brain-stimulation
119 About the measurement method of the psychocurrent phenomenon and its application 120 Recent findings on skin electrical reflex (psychocurrent phenomenon)
121 Skin electrical resistance and skin electrical reflexes and clinical medicine 122 Studies on impedance of the skin: Impedance of normal and of pathologically altered skin in various dermatoses and of normal skin of laborers long-continuously exposed to moderate heat
123 >Development of a computer program designed for the analysis of the spontaneous skin potential reflex 124 Control of paralyzed upper and lower limbs by functional electrical stimulation (FES)
125 Recovery process and skin perception of mental disorders due to head energization 126 Impressions of reading “How to measure skin DC resistance”
127 Study of the Electro-Dermal Point in the Neck-Shoulder Pain 128 Changes in Electrodermal Activity Associated with Candies and Chewing Gum Chewing
129 On Relations Between E1ectric Resistance of Skin and Sexual Cycle,Especia1ly Between the Former and Vaso Endocrine Syndrome 130 About the relationship between Ryodo points and skin structure
131 Sympathetic skin response(SSR) 132 About the difference between the measurement of the neurometer and the skin electrometer
133 Study on changes in human skin resistance due to hot spring bathing 134 Assessment of Degree of Edema by Means of Bioelectrical lmpedance during Pregnancy
135 The Associations of Body Mass lndex and Various lndices from a Medical Checkup to Percent Body Fat 136 Significance of bioelectrical impedance analysis(BIA)for gastrointestinal surgery
137 Fundamental Studies on the “Electro-Dermal Point”and the“DifferentialDermalPoint” 138 Electrical measurement of meridians (1)
139 Electrical measurement of meridians (2) 140 A new portable ink-writing apparatus for EEG, EKG, GSR(galvanic skin respones) and others