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From: Neurophysiological signatures of hand motor response to dual-transcranial direct current stimulation in subacute stroke: a TMS and MEG study

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Stroke lesion map and study design. a The overlapped lesion map of the stroke survivors (N = 18). The colour spectrum represents the number of patients containing lesions at the corresponding locations. b The crossover study design. Four dual-transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) sessions were performed (TMS + real tDCS, TMS + sham tDCS, MEG + real tDCS, MEG + sham tDCS) for each participant. The order of the sessions was counterbalanced across the groups. c Schematic illustration of dual-tDCS montage, with anodal electrode over right or ipsilesional hemispheric primary motor cortex (M1) and cathodal electrode over left or contralesional M1. d picture illustrating the wrist extension movement performed during tDCS stimulation or TMS measurements with surface EMG monitor. See Methods for details TMS = transcranial magnetic stimulation; MEG = magnetoencephalography; EMG = electromyography

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