Investigation of facial motor pathways by electrical and magnetic stimulation: sites and mechanisms of excitation.

Abstract

A refined technique is described for non invasive examination of the facial motor pathways by stimulation of the extra- and intracranial segment of the facial nerve and the facial motor cortex. Surface recordings from the nasalis muscle rather than from the orbicularis oris muscle were used, since the compound muscle action potential (CMAP) from this muscle… (More)

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