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Developmental Tuning and Decay in Senescence of Oscillations Linking the Corticospinal System
There is increasing evidence of the importance of synchronous activity within the corticospinal system for motor control. We compared oscillatory activity in the primary sensorimotor cortex [EEG ofExpand
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The non-transcranial TMS-evoked potential is an inherent source of ambiguity in TMS-EEG studies
&NA; Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) excites populations of neurons in the stimulated cortex, and the resulting activation may spread to connected brain regions. The distributed corticalExpand
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The non-transcranial TMS-evoked potential is an inherent source of ambiguity in TMS-EEG studies
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) excites populations of neurons in the stimulated cortex, and the resulting activation may spread to connected brain regions. The distributed cortical responseExpand
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Inter-hemispheric coupling changes associate with motor improvements after robotic stroke rehabilitation.
PURPOSE In the chronic phase of stroke brain plasticity plays a crucial role for further motor control improvements. This study aims to assess the brain plastic reorganizations and their associationExpand
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Regional Personalized Electrodes to Select Transcranial Current Stimulation Target
Rationale: Personalizing transcranial stimulations promises to enhance beneficial effects for individual patients. Objective: To stimulate specific cortical regions by developing a procedure to bendExpand
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Inter-hemispheric functional connectivity changes with corpus callosum morphology in multiple sclerosis
Multiple sclerosis (MS) affects myelin sheaths within the central nervous system, concurring to cause brain atrophy and neurodegeneration as well as gradual functional disconnections. To exploreExpand
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Movement-induced uncoupling of primary sensory and motor areas in focal task-specific hand dystonia
INTRODUCTION Due to growing evidence of sensorimotor integration impairment in focal task-specific hand dystonia, we aimed at describing primary sensory (S1) and primary motor (M1) cortex sourceExpand
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Theta Activity in the Left Dorsal Premotor Cortex During Action Re-Evaluation and Motor Reprogramming
The ability to rapidly adjust our actions to changes in the environment is a key function of human motor control. Previous work implicated the dorsal premotor cortex (dPMC) in the up-dating of actionExpand
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The myth of the ‘unaffected’ side after unilateral stroke: Is reorganisation of the non‐infarcted corticospinal system to re-establish balance the price for recovery?
Background Bilateral changes in the hemispheric reorganisation have been observed chronically after unilateral stroke. Our hypotheses were that activity dependent competition between the lesioned andExpand
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Cortico-muscular coherence as an index of fatigue in multiple sclerosis
Background: Highly common in multiple sclerosis (MS), fatigue severely impacts patients’ daily lives. Previous findings of altered connectivity patterns led to the hypothesis that the distortion ofExpand
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