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Effect of transcranial static magnetic stimulation on intracortical excitability in the contralateral primary motor cortex.

经颅静态磁刺激对对侧初级运动皮层皮质内兴奋性的影响。

  • 影响因子:2.21
  • DOI:10.1016/j.neulet.2020.134871
  • 作者列表:"Shibata S","Watanabe T","Yukawa Y","Minakuchi M","Shimomura R","Mima T
  • 发表时间:2020-04-01
Abstract

:Transcranial static magnetic stimulation (tSMS) is a new technique of non-invasive brain stimulation using a small, high-powered neodymium magnet placed on the scalp. It can reduce cortical excitability below the magnet. The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of tSMS on the intracortical excitability of the primary motor cortex (M1) contralateral to the M1 where the magnet was placed. Fourteen right-handed healthy subjects participated in this experiment. TSMS was applied over the left M1 for 20 min. Single-pulse and paired-pulse transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) was applied over the right M1 to assess corticospinal excitability, short-latency intracortical inhibition (SICI), and intracortical facilitation (ICF) before and immediately after the intervention. ICF decreased significantly after tSMS, whereas corticospinal excitability and SICI did not change. This study suggests that tSMS applied over the M1 for 20 min has a remote modulatory effect on the interneuronal facilitatory circuit in the contralateral M1. The ability of tSMS to modulate neuronal activities in the remote cortex could expand the possibility of its clinical use.

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: 经颅静态磁刺激 (tSMS) 是一种使用放置在头皮上的小型高功率钕磁铁进行非侵入性脑刺激的新技术。它可以降低磁铁下方的皮质兴奋性。本研究的目的是研究 tSMS 对放置磁铁的 M1 对侧初级运动皮层 (M1) 皮质内兴奋性的影响。14 名右利手健康受试者参加了本次实验。在左侧 M1 上应用 TSMS 20 min。在右侧 M1 应用单脉冲和配对脉冲经颅磁刺激 (TMS) 评估皮质脊髓兴奋性、短潜伏期皮质内抑制 (SICI) 和皮质内易化 (ICF) 干预前后。TSMS 后 ICF 显著降低,而皮质脊髓兴奋性和 SICI 无变化。本研究表明,在 M1 上施加 20 分钟的 tSMS 对对侧 M1 的神经元间易化回路具有远程调节作用。TSMS 调节远程皮层神经元活动的能力可以扩大其临床使用的可能性。

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