Magnetoelectric brain stimulation in the assessment of brain physiology and pathophysiology [In Process Citation]
Boylan LS; Sackeim HA
Clin Neurophysiol 2000 Mar;111(3):504-12 [MEDLINE record in process]

ABSTRACT:
Objective: To Review Findings From Transcranial Magnetic
Stimulation (TMS)-induced Motor Evoked Potentials In
Normal Subjects, In Various Neurological Diseases And With
Pharmacologic Manipulation.Methods: MEDLINE Was
Searched To Identify Pertinent Articles And Articles
Referenced Therein Were Also Reviewed.Results: TMS Is A
Safe And Non-invasive Technique Which Has Been Used
Widely In The Study Of Corticospinal And Corticocortical
Connectivity As Well As In The Assessment Of Basal Ganglia
Disorders, Diffuse Diseases, And
Neuropharmacology.Conclusions: TMS Motor Measures
Have Utility In Examination Of Brain Structure And Function
Within And Beyond The Corticospinal Tract. These Measures
Have Both Research And Clinical Applications.
ADDITIONAL MESH HEADINGS:
2000/03
2000/04 09:00
LANGUAGES: Eng

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Eletromagnetismo

Bioeletricidade
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