Transcranial magnetic stimulation-induced finger force changes under various finger coordination patterns and target finger force phases
The detection of motor evoked potential is utilized to explore neuromuscular finger coordination. The influence of transcranial magnetic stimulation on finger force has been investigated mainly on a single finger, and only time-dependent increased target finger force has been detected in the finger force task.
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Transcranial magnetic stimulation-induced finger force changes under various finger coordination patterns and target finger force phases.
Neural Regeneration Research, 5(1),