Bilateral neuronavigated 20Hz theta burst TMS for treatment refractory depression: An open label study
Bilateral Neuronavigated TBS-20Hz TMS brought more than two-thirds of treatment refractory depressed patients to remission. TBS-20Hz may be critical for obtaining higher remission rates.
Efficacy of twice-daily vs once-daily sessions of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation in the treatment of major depressive disorder: A retrospective study
The authors conducted this retrospective study to compare the treatment outcomes of patients with the major depressive disorder (MDD) who received 2 sessions of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) per day vs those who received 1 session per day.
How Doctors Are Using Brain Imaging to Treat Depression
While there aren’t many biological indicators that can be used to diagnose someone with depression, brain imaging has proven to be useful in diagnosing and helping to shape a treatment plan.
What’s Next in Clinical TMS Study for PTSD, MDD
In a recently-published commentary, researchers discussed the growing interest in transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) therapy for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and major depressive disorder (MDD), and what it brings in patient symptoms.
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Treats Mild to Moderate Depression
Repeated rounds of magnetic stimulation appear to excite the neurons in the left frontal lobe so that they resume their normal activity.
Non-invasive Brain Stimulation Reduces MS-associated Cognitive Fatigue
About 75 percent of all MS patients suffer from fatigue — one of the disease’s most debilitating symptoms — because it reduces patients’ ability to perform daily activities and hurts cognitive function.
Effect of Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation on Cognition in Spastic Cerebral Palsy Children
In cerebral palsy (CP) cognitive development is one of the major problems seen which hamper the mental development and deprive the child to achieve normal development to survive the normal quality of life.
TMS Therapy Offers Hope for Senior Adults With Depression
Late-life depression (LLD) is a frequent complication of the aging process, occurring in up to 5% of senior adults and in a higher proportion of subjects with coexistent medical illnesses.
Rising Geriatric Population Drives Global Tinnitus Incidence
Tinnitus refers to the constant ringing sound inside the ears and it is known to affect a large percentage of the population owing to age and deterioration of hearing abilities.
Brain Stimulation May Improve Cognitive Functioning Faster and More Efficiently
Working memory is the amount of information you can hold and manipulate in the mind at one time and is something that brain training activities designed for the elderly revolve around.