Offline coil position denoising enhances detection of TMS effects

  title={Offline coil position denoising enhances detection of TMS effects},
  author={Leonardo Claudino and Sara J Hussain and Ethan R. Buch and L. Cohen},
  • Leonardo Claudino, Sara J Hussain, +1 author L. Cohen
  • Published 2018
  • Biology, Physics
  • bioRxiv
  • OBJECTIVE Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) is extensively used in basic and clinical neuroscience. Previous work has shown substantial residual variability in TMS effects even despite use of on-line visual feedback monitoring of coil position. Here, we aimed to evaluate if off-line denoising of variability induced by neuronavigated coil position and orientation deviations can enhance detection of TMS effects. METHODS Retrospective modeling was used to denoise the impact of common… CONTINUE READING


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