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The Use of Stimulation Field Models for Deep Brain Stimulation Programming

  title={The Use of Stimulation Field Models for Deep Brain Stimulation Programming},
  author={Pratik Y. Chhatbar and Wuwei Feng},
[1] Horvath JC, Forte JD, Carter O. Quantitative review finds no evidence of cognitive effects in healthy populations from single-session transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS). Brain Stimul 2015;8(3):535e50. [2] Boggio PS, Nunes A, Rigonatti SP, Nitsche MA, Pascual-Leone A, Fregni F. Repeated sessions of noninvasive brain DC stimulation is associated with motor function improvement in stroke patients. Restor Neurol Neurosci 2007;25(2): 123e9. [3] Fregni F, Boggio PS, Mansur CG, et al… 

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