Muscle-afferent projection to the sensorimotor cortex after voluntary movement and motor-point stimulation: An MEG study

@article{Onishi2011MuscleafferentPT,
  title={Muscle-afferent projection to the sensorimotor cortex after voluntary movement and motor-point stimulation: An MEG study},
  author={Hideaki Onishi and Mineo Oyama and Toshio Soma and Hikari Kirimoto and Shigeki Kameyama},
  journal={Clinical Neurophysiology},
  year={2011},
  volume={122},
  pages={605-610}
}
OBJECTIVE To investigate the projection of muscle afferents to the sensorimotor cortex after voluntary finger movement by using magnetoencephalography (MEG). METHODS The movement-evoked magnetic fields (MEFs) after voluntary index-finger extension were recorded by a 204-channel whole-head MEG system. Somatosensory-evoked magnetic fields (SEFs) were recorded after motor-point stimulation was applied to the right extensor indicis muscle by using a pair of wire electrodes. RESULTS The MEF… CONTINUE READING

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