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Magnetic stimulation in the treatment of partial seizures.
TLDR
Three randomly selected patients with partial seizures in whom application of an external artificial magnetic field of low intensity produced a substantial attenuation of seizure frequency during an observation period extending from 10 to 14 months demonstrate that artificial magnetic treatment may be a valuable adjunctive procedure in the management of partial seizures.
The pineal gland and spontaneous abortions: implications for therapy with melatonin and magnetic field.
TLDR
It is proposed that deficient pineal melatonin functions in early pregnancy may be causally related to the development of spontaneous abortions in cases where chromosomal anomalies or structural abnormalities of the uterus have been excluded.
A combined study of MEG and pico-Tesla TMS on children with autism disorder.
TLDR
The application of pT-TMS has the prospective to be a noninvasive, safe and important modality in the management of autism children.
Melatonin as a proconvulsive hormone in humans.
TLDR
Evidence is presented, based on magnetoencephalographic (MEG) brain measurements, that melatonin may exert proconvulsive activity in humans as well and that anticonvulsants which decrease melatonin secretion, such as the benzodiazepines, may exert their antiepileptic activity by attenuating nocturnalmelatonin secretion.
The biological effects of magnetic stimulation in epileptic patients.
TLDR
The findings indicate that the use of low external magnetic fields produce substantial attenuation in seizure activity in epileptic patients and therefore it may open new ways in the future for management of epileptic activity.
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