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A Sham Stimulation-controlled Trial Of RTMS Of The Unaffected Hemisphere In Stroke Patients

C. Mansur, F. Fregni, P. S. Boggio, M. Riberto, J. Gallucci-Neto, C. M. Santos, T. Wagner, S. Rigonatti, M. Marcolin, Á. Pascual-Leone
Published 2005 · Medicine

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The authors investigated the use of slow-frequency repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) to the unaffected hemisphere to decrease interhemispheric inhibition of the lesioned hemisphere and improve motor function in patients within 12 months of a stroke. Patients showed a significant decrease in simple and choice reaction time and improved performance of the Purdue Pegboard test with their affected hand after rTMS of the motor cortex in the intact hemisphere as compared with sham rTMS.
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