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Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation in cervical dystonia: effect of site and repetition in a randomized pilot trial.

Pirio Richardson S, Tinaz S, Chen R - PLoS ONE (2015)

Bottom Line: ClinicalTrials.gov NCT01859247.

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Affiliation: Department of Neurology, University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center, Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States of America.

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Trial registration: ClinicalTrials.gov NCT01859247.

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dPMI expressed as a percentage (MEP amplitude conditioned+test/MEP amplitude test alone *100) from pre-Session 1 and pre-Session 5.CSP durations shown in msec from pre-Session 1 and pre-Session 5.
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pone.0124937.g005: dPMI expressed as a percentage (MEP amplitude conditioned+test/MEP amplitude test alone *100) from pre-Session 1 and pre-Session 5.CSP durations shown in msec from pre-Session 1 and pre-Session 5.

Mentions: dPMI is presented as a percentage of dPM conditioned motor evoked potential (MEP) amplitude to unconditioned (test) MEP amplitude (a percentage less than 100 indicates inhibition). We were able to record dPMI measures in 6 of the 8 subjects—in two subjects, the MEP amplitudes were <500μV even at maximum stimulator amplitude with the custom coils. Four of the six subjects exhibited enhanced dPMI (<100%) and two showed excitation (Fig 5). There was no difference in immediate pre- and post-intervention by session. There was also no cumulative effect over time seen when comparing pre-Session 1 dPMI (mean 103.4%, SD 58.4) to pre-Session 5 dPMI (mean 99.6%, SD 45.5) (Fig 5).


Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation in cervical dystonia: effect of site and repetition in a randomized pilot trial.

Pirio Richardson S, Tinaz S, Chen R - PLoS ONE (2015)

dPMI expressed as a percentage (MEP amplitude conditioned+test/MEP amplitude test alone *100) from pre-Session 1 and pre-Session 5.CSP durations shown in msec from pre-Session 1 and pre-Session 5.
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pone.0124937.g005: dPMI expressed as a percentage (MEP amplitude conditioned+test/MEP amplitude test alone *100) from pre-Session 1 and pre-Session 5.CSP durations shown in msec from pre-Session 1 and pre-Session 5.
Mentions: dPMI is presented as a percentage of dPM conditioned motor evoked potential (MEP) amplitude to unconditioned (test) MEP amplitude (a percentage less than 100 indicates inhibition). We were able to record dPMI measures in 6 of the 8 subjects—in two subjects, the MEP amplitudes were <500μV even at maximum stimulator amplitude with the custom coils. Four of the six subjects exhibited enhanced dPMI (<100%) and two showed excitation (Fig 5). There was no difference in immediate pre- and post-intervention by session. There was also no cumulative effect over time seen when comparing pre-Session 1 dPMI (mean 103.4%, SD 58.4) to pre-Session 5 dPMI (mean 99.6%, SD 45.5) (Fig 5).

Bottom Line: ClinicalTrials.gov NCT01859247.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Neurology, University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center, Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States of America.

ABSTRACT

Trial registration: ClinicalTrials.gov NCT01859247.

No MeSH data available.