Modulation antizipierbarer experimentell induzierter Schmerzen durch neuronavigierte rTMS des rechten inferioren frontalen Kortex

Transkranielle Magnetstimulation bietet die Möglichkeit, Einfluss auf neuronale Strukturen zu nehmen. Durch Generierung eines elektrischen Feldes kommt es zu Membranpotentialverschiebungen der Neuronen, wodurch sie erregt oder gehemmt werden können. Durch Fortleitung von Aktionspotentialen können...

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Veröffentlicht: Philipps-Universität Marburg 2011
Nervenheilkunde
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