New clinical research bolsters the bimodal-balance recovery theory of rehabilitation for post-stroke unilateral upper limb paresis. The implications hold promise for tailoring brain stimulation protocols.
Cortical mapping with navigated TMS offers entirely noninvasive evaluation for epilepsy surgery with the potential to yield important evidence not gained by other methods.
An expert attendee draws from a wealth of presentations to share why a handful of new (and old) studies are likely to change practice in stroke care.
The first-in-human study of deep brain stimulation (DBS) for stroke recovery also features the first combined use of transcranial magnetic stimulation with cerebellar DBS in humans. Here’s why that matters.
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Despite previous beliefs, low frequencies of transcranial magnetic stimulation may translate into stronger inhibitive effects for focal neocortical epilepsy.