Neurophysiological Implications of Motor Threshold Variability in Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation for Depression Therapy


Ferreri Bourla

This study explores the neurophysiological implications of motor threshold variability observed during transcranial magnetic stimulation treatment for depression. TMS is a promising therapeutic approach, but its effectiveness may be influenced by variations in motor threshold across individuals. We investigated the potential impact of these threshold fluctuations on treatment outcomes, shedding light on the neurophysiological mechanisms at play. Our findings provide insights into the optimization of TMS protocols for more effective depression management.

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