Annick Van Merhaegen-Wieleman

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BACKGROUND In late stage Parkinson patients there is an unmet need for new treatments to adequately control motor complications, especially dyskinesias. In several preliminary studies, it has been suggested that applying unilateral low-frequency repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (LF rTMS), delivered at the primary motor cortex (MC) or the(More)
BACKGROUND Currently available disease-modifying treatments acting by modifying the immune response are ineffective in progressive multiple sclerosis (MS), which is caused by a widespread axonal degeneration. Mechanisms suspected to be involved in this widespread axonal degeneration are reduced axonal energy metabolism, axonal glutamate toxicity, and(More)
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