Naveen N. Somia, Ph.D.
|2001||University of Louisville, Louisville|
Area:Medical Biophysics, Animal Physiology Biology, Medicine and Surgery, Rehabilitation and Therapy
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|Zonnevijlle ED, Abadia GP, Somia NN, et al. (2002) A technique for sequential segmental neuromuscular stimulation with closed loop feedback control. Journal of Investigative Surgery : the Official Journal of the Academy of Surgical Research. 15: 91-9|
|Somia NN, Zonnevijlle ED, Stremel RW, et al. (2001) Multi-channel orbicularis oculi stimulation to restore eye-blink function in facial paralysis. Microsurgery. 21: 264-70|
|Somia NN, Rash GS, Epstein EE, et al. (2000) A computer analysis of reflex eyelid motion in normal subjects and in facial neuropathy. Clinical Biomechanics (Bristol, Avon). 15: 766-71|
|Zonnevijlle ED, Somia NN, Abadia GP, et al. (2000) Sequential segmental neuromuscular stimulation reduces fatigue and improves perfusion in dynamic graciloplasty. Annals of Plastic Surgery. 45: 292-7|
|Zonnevijlle ED, Somia NN, Stremel RW, et al. (2000) Sequential segmental neuromuscular stimulation: an effective approach to enhance fatigue resistance. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 105: 667-73|
|Zonnevijlle ED, Somia NN, Perez Abadia G, et al. (1999) Three parameters optimizing closed-loop control in sequential segmental neuromuscular stimulation. Artificial Organs. 23: 388-91|