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Document type:
journal article 
Author(s):
Struppler, A; Binkofski, F; Angerer, B; Bernhardt, M; Spiegel, S; Drzezga, A; Bartenstein, P 
Title:
A fronto-parietal network is mediating improvement of motor function related to repetitive peripheral magnetic stimulation: A PET-H2O15 study. 
Abstract:
Repetitive peripheral magnetic stimulation (RPMS) is a focused and painless stimulation method, in which muscle contractions are elicited by depolarization of the terminal motor branches. Clinical-experimental investigations on different disorders of sensorimotor integration in the last decade have shown that RPMS can be used for the rehabilitation of motor functions after stroke. It is supposed that this therapeutic effect is based on the RPMS-induced proprioceptive inflow to the CNS. To analyz...    »
 
Journal title abbreviation:
Neuroimage 
Year:
2007 
Journal volume:
36 Suppl 2 
Pages contribution:
T174-86 
Language:
eng 
Print-ISSN:
1053-8119 
TUM Institution:
r Psychiatrie und Psychotherapie