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Year : 2022  |  Volume : 9  |  Issue : 2  |  Page : 215-219

Effectiveness of transcranial magnetic stimulation in stroke patients: a mini-review

University Institute of Applied Health Sciences, Chandigarh University NH-95, Chandigarh–Ludhiana Highway, Mohali, Punjab, India

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Ms. Priyanka Sindwani
University Institute of Applied Health Sciences, Chandigarh University NH-95, ChandigarhLudhiana Highway, Mohali, Punjab
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Source of Support: None, Conflict of Interest: None

DOI: 10.4103/mgmj.mgmj_60_22

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Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) is normally used for the effects of stroke on corticomotor satisfaction, intracortical function, and interhemispheric interactions. The interhemispheric inhibition model states that the detection of motor function after a stroke is linked to a re-evaluation of asymmetric interhemispheric inhibition and corticomotor excitability. This model creates a reason to use neuromodulation techniques to reduce the excitement of the unaffected motor cortex and to facilitate the excitement of the affected motor cortex. However, the proof base for using neuromodulation strategies to decorate motor recovery after a stroke is not blanketed. Among stroke patients, TMS has become increasingly popular, as variations in neuronal sensitivity generated via modifications in the ionic balance of activated neurons are accountable for the quick-time period consequences of TMS. But, to be effective and accurate in treating sufferers, we gathered information from several sources, including articles with the terms TMS and stroke rehabilitation in the title. The previous research has mostly relied on randomized controlled trials; hence, a review of age studies with carefully determined inclusion criteria is required. The most important findings from this study’s implications and relevance are that TMS is somewhat beneficial, but there are still considerably more advances to be made for accurate and effective results.

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