Stimulus intensity dependence of cerebral blood volume changes in left frontal lobe by low-frequency rTMS to right frontal lobe: A near-infrared spectroscopy study.

@article{Aoyama2009StimulusID,
  title={Stimulus intensity dependence of cerebral blood volume changes in left frontal lobe by low-frequency rTMS to right frontal lobe: A near-infrared spectroscopy study.},
  author={Yoshiyuki Aoyama and Naoki Hanaoka and Masaki Kameyama and Masashi Suda and Toshimasa Sato and Mingqiao Song and Masato Fukuda and Masahiko Mikuni},
  journal={Neuroscience research},
  year={2009},
  volume={63 1},
  pages={47-51}
}
Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) has recently been widely employed for the investigation of brain function and treatment of psychiatric and neurological disorders. Although high and low stimulation frequencies are assumed to activate and deactivate brain function, respectively, the optimal parameters of rTMS for treatment of depression have been determined only on the basis of their clinical efficacy. In this study, we administered a 60-s low-frequency rTMS of three grades… CONTINUE READING

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