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86. Song XG et al. The effect of moxibustion on the kidney function of the patients with epidemic haemorrhagic fever. World Journal of Acupuncture-Moxibustion, 1992, 2(1):17–19.
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88. Bai XY et al. [A comparative study of acupuncture and Western medicine in the treatment of stroke]. Chinese Acupuncture and Moxibustion, 1993, 13(1):1–4 [in Chinese].
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90. Jiang ZY et al. [Clinical study on needling jiaji (EX–B2) in the treatment of thalamic spontaneous pain induced by stroke.] Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 1997, 38(10):599–601 [in Chinese].
91. Liao SH. [Treatment of stroke with talon needling at LI10 and ST32.] Chinese Acupuncture and Moxibustion, 1997, 17(8):479–480 [in Chinese].
92. Liu YJ et al. Needling scalp points in treating cerebrovascular diseases: a report of 78 cases. International Journal of Clinical Acupuncture, 1997, 8(3):231–234.
93. Si QM et al. Effects of electroacupuncture on acute cerebral infarction. Acupuncture and Electro-Therapeutics Research, 1998, 23(2):117–124.
94. Hu HH et al. A randomized controlled trial on the treatment for acute partial ischemic stroke with acupuncture. Neuroepidemiology, 1993, 12:106–113.
95. Johansson K et al. Can sensory stimulation improve the functional outcome in stroke patients? Neurology, 1993, 43:2189–2192.
96. Gosman-Hedstrom G et al. Effects of acupuncture treatment on daily life activities and quality of life: a controlled, prospective, and randomized study of acute stroke patients. Stroke, 1998, 29(10):2100–2108.
97. Kjendahl A et al. A one year follow-up study on the effects of acupuncture in the treatment of stroke patients in the subacute stage: a randomized, controlled study. Clinical Rehabilitation, 1997, 11(3):192–200.
98. Wong AM et al. Clinical trial of electrical acupuncture on hemiplegic stroke patients. American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 1999, 78(2):117–122.
99. Jin R et al. [Clinical observation of temporal needling in the treatment of postapoplectic sequelae.] Chinese Acupuncture and Moxibustion, 1993, 13(1):11–12. [in Chinese].
100. Liang RA. Clinical observation and experimental studies on the treatment of sequelae of stroke by needling temporal points. International Journal of Clinical Acupuncture, 1993, 4(1):19–26.
101. Xu B. [Effect of acupuncture on the convalescence of meningioma removal.] Zhongguo Zhongyiyao Xinxi Zazhi [News Letters of Chinese Medicine], 1998, 5(3):47 [in Chinese].
102. Zhang LH et al. A control study of scalp acupuncture in treating aphasia after acute cerebrovascular disease. World Journal of Acupuncture-Moxibustion, 1994, 4(1):20–23.
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