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Methods: The state-of-the-art setup for concurrent TMS/fMRI is to use a large birdcage head coil, with the TMS between the subject's head and the MR coil. ... Results: MR sensitivity obtained at the depth of the TMS stimulation is increased by a factor of five. Parallel imaging with an acceleration factor of two is feasible with low g-factors. ... ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The funding sources had no influence on the scientific scope or on the outcome of this study. ...doi:10.1002/mrm.25535 pmid:25421603 pmcid:PMC4737243 fatcat:d3ngxd66ivgy3cysx77zjveevu
Finally, we will review the use of concurrent TMS-fMRI for developing TMS treatments of psychiatric and neurological disorders and suggest future improvements for further advancing the application of concurrent ... TMS-fMRI. ... Siebner holds a 5-year professorship in precision medicine at the Faculty of Health Sciences and Medicine, University of Copenhagen which is sponsored by the Lundbeck Foundation (Grant Nr. ...doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2021.118093 pmid:33940146 fatcat:5jdc2wnwsff5hkt7l4abilfko4
Global and Local Mean-Field Power (GMFP/LMFP), two measures of cortical reactivity, were quantified after left prefrontal cortex (L-PFC) stimulation, and cognition was set as the outcome of the regression ... that TMS evoked EEG reactivity at the L-PFC, but not the L-IPL, is related to the cognitive status of middle-aged individuals and independent of NfL levels, and may become a valuable biomarker of frontal ... Reproducibility of cortical response modulation induced by intermittent and continuous theta-burst stimulation of the human motor cortex. ...doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2022.813444 pmid:35222201 pmcid:PMC8866698 fatcat:gmdjmglaq5ghfolxujamabj4am
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