Beeinflusst hochfrequente repetitive transkranielle Magnetstimulation des Motorkortex experimentell induzierte Schmerzen und die spinale Nozizeption?

Die repetitive transkranielle Magnetstimulation (rTMS) ist ein Verfahren, das zur Untersuchung vieler neurologischer und psychiatrischer Erkrankungen, unter anderem auch zur Untersuchung und Behandlung von akuten und chronischen Schmerzzuständen, verwendet werden kann. Bislang wurden vor allem ch...

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Main Author: Knaack, Anne
Contributors: Mylius, V. (Dr.) (Thesis advisor)
Format: Dissertation
Language:German
Published: Philipps-Universität Marburg 2011
Nervenheilkunde
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