How much detail is needed in modeling a transcranial magnetic stimulation figure-8 coil: Measurements and brain simulations

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Petrov, Petar I.; Mandija, Stefano; Sommer, Iris E. C.; van den Berg, Cornelis A. T.; Neggers, Sebastiaan F. W.;
(2017)
  • Publisher: Public Library of Science
  • Journal: PLoS ONE,volume 12,issue 6 (issn: 1932-6203, eissn: 1932-6203)
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0178952, pmc: PMC5480865
  • Subject: Agricultural and Biological Sciences(all) | Applied Mathematics | Magnetic Resonance Imaging | Research Article | Diagnostic Medicine | Mathematics | Anatomy | Magnetism | Diagnostic Radiology | Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation | Radiology and Imaging | Brain Electrophysiology | Bioassays and Physiological Analysis | Simulation and Modeling | Physical Sciences | Physics | Medicine(all) | Transcranial Stimulation | Brain Mapping | Magnetic Fields | Biology and Life Sciences | Motor Cortex | Neuroscience | Research and Analysis Methods | Physiology | Medicine | Electricity | Electric Field | Finite Element Analysis | Brain | Central Nervous System | Q | R | Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology(all) | Nervous System | Imaging Techniques | Electrophysiology | Condensed Matter Physics | Science | Electrophysiological Techniques | Journal Article | Medicine and Health Sciences | Neurophysiology
    arxiv: Physics::Medical Physics

Background: Despite TMS wide adoption, its spatial and temporal patterns of neuronal effects are not well understood. Although progress has been made in predicting induced currents in the brain using realistic finite element models (FEM), there is little consensus on ho... View more
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