Girardi P1, Rapinesi C, Chiarotti F, Kotzalidis GD, Piacentino D, Serata D, Del Casale A, Scatena P, Mascioli F, Raccah RN, Brugnoli R, Digiacomantonio V,Ferri VR, Ferracuti S, Zangen A, Angeletti G. ...Read More
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Chieffo, R., Ferrari, F., Battista, P., Houdayer, E., Nuara, A., Alemanno, F., & Leocani, L. (2013). Neurorehabilitation and neural repair, 1545968313508471.
This study was designed to examine the effect of different stimulation frequencies on the inability to use spoken language due to a stroke-induced brain lesion. Patients were tested for their ability to correctly name a picture following either high, low, or sham stimulation. This study demonstrated that acute, high-frequency, brain stimulation using Brainsway® Deep TMS, or Deep Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, significantly improves stroke-induced inability to use spoken language.