Cognitive-emotional reactivation during deep transcranial magnetic stimulation over the prefrontal cortex of depressive patients affects antidepressant outcome.

@article{Isserles2011CognitiveemotionalRD,
  title={Cognitive-emotional reactivation during deep transcranial magnetic stimulation over the prefrontal cortex of depressive patients affects antidepressant outcome.},
  author={Moshe Isserles and Oded Rosenberg and Pinchas Dannon and Yechiel Levkovitz and Moshe Kotler and Frederic Deutsch and Bernard Lerer and Abraham Zangen},
  journal={Journal of affective disorders},
  year={2011},
  volume={128 3},
  pages={235-42}
}
BACKGROUND Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) enables non-surgical activation of specific brain areas. TMS over the prefrontal cortex (PFC) is emerging as a significant tool that can augment or replace non/partially effective antidepressant medications. Deep TMS (DTMS) utilizes newly developed coils that enable effective stimulation of deeper cortical layers involved in the pathophysiology of depression. OBJECTIVES We aimed to assess the H1-DTMS coil as an add-on to antidepressants in… CONTINUE READING

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