Sham TMS: intracerebral measurement of the induced electrical field and the induction of motor-evoked potentials.

@article{Lisanby2001ShamTI,
  title={Sham TMS: intracerebral measurement of the induced electrical field and the induction of motor-evoked potentials.},
  author={Sarah H. Lisanby and David Gutman and Bruce Luber and Charles Schroeder and Harold A. Sackeim},
  journal={Biological psychiatry},
  year={2001},
  volume={49 5},
  pages={460-3}
}
Testing the therapeutic potential of transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) in controlled trials requires a valid sham condition. Sham TMS is typically administered by tilting the coil 45--90 degrees off the scalp, with one or two wings of the coil touching the scalp. Lack of cortical effects has not been verified. We compared sham manipulations in their thresholds for eliciting motor-evoked potentials (MEPs) in human volunteers and in intracerebral measurements of voltage induced in the… CONTINUE READING

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