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Hopwood, V. (1996). Acupuncture in stroke recovery: a literature reveiw (Vol. 4).
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Kim, M. K., Choi, T. Y., Lee, M. S., Lee, H., & Han, C. H. (2010). Contralateral acupuncture versus ipsilateral acupuncture in the rehabilitation of post-stroke hemiplegic patients: a systematic review (Vol. 10).
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Magnusson, M., Johansson, K., & Johansson, B. B. (1994). Sensory stimulation promotes normalization of postural control after stroke (Vol. 25). 48, 10 Weeks(Stroke).
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Au-Yeung, S. S. Y., & Hui-Chan, C. W. Y. (2014). Electrical acupoint stimulation of the affected arm in acute stroke: a placebo-controlled randomized clinical trial. Clin Rehabil, 28(2), 149–158.
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Chen, J. (2007). Effect of Needling BaiHui (DU20), Shuigou (DU26), and Shenmen(HT7) on FDG PET Cerebral Function Imaging in Vascular Dementia Patients (Vol. 16). 10, 4 Weeks(Dementia, Vascular).
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Guo, Y., Chen, L., Zhou, L., Li, H., Qu, X., & Liu, D. (2006). Effect of “phased whole acupuncture therapy” on ability of daily life in 63 cases of cerebral infarction-induced hemiplegia (Vol. 26). 118, 4 Weeks(Hemiplegia).
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He, J., Wu, B., & Zhang, Y. (2005). Acupuncture treatment for 15 cases of post-traumatic coma (Vol. 25). 30, 4 Weeks(Coma, Post-Head Injury).
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Jiang, Z., Li, C., & Li, Y. (1999). Treatment of postapoplectic thalamic spontaneous pain by electroacupuncture at huatuojiaji points (Vol. 19). 60, 4 Weeks(Stroke).
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Kong, Y., Xu, F., Lin, X., Feng, Z., Shi, H., Yu, G., et al. (2005). Effects of the lifting manipulation of scalp acupuncture for raising myodynamia of the affected limbs in hemiplegic patients due to cerebral thrombosis (Vol. 25). 180, 4 Weeks(Hemiplegia).
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Li, J. (2001). Forty-five cases of apoplexy treated by electroacupuncture at the points of yin meridians (Vol. 21). 75, 9 Weeks(Stroke).
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Li, L., Zhang, H., Meng, S. Q., & Qian, H. Z. (2014). An updated meta-analysis of the efficacy and safety of acupuncture treatment for cerebral infarction (Vol. 9).
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Lim, S. M., & Lee, S. H. (2015). Effectiveness of bee venom acupuncture in alleviating post-stroke shoulder pain: a systematic review and meta-analysis (Vol. 13).
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Liu, Y. (2004). Treatment of pseudobulbar paralysis by scalp acupuncture and sublingual needling (Vol. 24). 82, 2 Weeks(Pseudobulbar Palsy).
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Mao, M., Chen, X., Rao, P., & Liu, J. (2008). Stage-oriented Conmprehensive Acupuncture Treatment plus Rehabilitation Training for Apoplectic Hemiplegia (Vol. 28). 60, N/A(Hemiplegia).
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Mu, J., Liu, L., Zhou, L., Luo, Q., Ao, J., & Peng, L. (2012). Clinical Observtion of Fu's Subcutaneous Needling plus Electroacupuncture for Post-stroke Spastic Hemiplegia (Vol. 10). 120, 5 Weeks(Hemiplegia).
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Ren, Y., Wang, D., & Feng, C. (1999). A comparative observation on comprehensive scalp--acupuncture treatmentof ischemic apoplectic hemiplegia (Vol. 19). 100, 5 Weeks(Hemiplegia).
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Xiong, G., Pang, Y., Wei, Q., Tao, J., & Hu, M. (2013). Bilateral Alternating Point Penetration Method for 25 Cases of Ischemic Stroke Hemiplegia (Vol. 22). 50, 4 Weeks(Hemiplegia).
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Zhang, S., Wu, B., Liu, M., Li, N., Zeng, X., Liu, H., et al. (2015). Acupuncture efficacy on ischemic stroke recovery: multicenter randomized controlled trial in china. Stroke, 46(5), 1301–1306.
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Zhang, Z. l. (1996). Acupuncture + medication versus medication alone in lowering intracranial pressure in apoplectic patients (Vol. 7). 60, 1.5 Weeks(Stroke).
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Zhao, H., Nie, W., Sun, Y., Li, S., Yang, S., Meng, F., et al. (2015). Warm Needling Therapy and Acupuncture at Meridian-Sinew Sites Based on the Meridian-Sinew Theory: Hemiplegic Shoulder Pain. Evidence-based Complementary & Alternative Medicine (eCAM), 2015, 1–8.
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