Can repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation increase muscle strength in functional neurological paresis? A proof‐of‐principle study

@article{Broersma2015CanRT,
  title={Can repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation increase muscle strength in functional neurological paresis? A proof‐of‐principle study},
  author={M. Broersma and E. Koops and P. Vroomen and J. H. Hoeven and A. Aleman and K. Leenders and N. Maurits and M. Beilen},
  journal={European Journal of Neurology},
  year={2015},
  volume={22}
}
Therapeutic options are limited in functional neurological paresis disorder. Earlier intervention studies did not control for a placebo effect, hampering assessment of effectivity. A proof‐of‐principle investigation was conducted into the therapeutic potential of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS), using a single‐blind two‐period placebo‐controlled cross‐over design. 
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