Magnetic Nerve Stimulation: Principles, Advantages and Disadvantages
Almost everybody in the audience, I’m sure, knows what magnetic stimulation is. I’d like to define it in a slightly different way from how engineers perceive it. I’d like to define it as a new solution to an old problem.
KeywordsMagnetic Field Rise Time Magnetic Stimulation Conduction Time Cortical Stimulation
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