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In six subjects, magnetic stimulation was applied over the scalp in the focus for the motor response of those muscles. At intensities below motor threshold, a facilitation of the H-reflex started at a conditioning-test interval of -4 ms i. At about -1 ms, the decay attained a local minimum, which in three subjects had values indicating the presence of an inhibition. By matching the time course with the latency of the cortical muscle action potential CMAP evoked by suprathreshold magnetic stimulation, it is inferred that the motoneuronal discharge coincides with the second peak of facilitation and is preceded by ms of subliminal excitation.
The early excitatory effects reported above are as fast as those described as following transcranial electrical stimulation, and should likewise be considered as monosynaptic. The effect of percutaneous motor cortex stimulation on H reflexes in muscles of the arm and leg in intact man. Disynaptic inhibition of spinal motoneurones from the motor cortex in the monkey. Some experiences of techniques for stimulation of the human cerebral motor cortex through the scalp.
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Evidence for sustained cortical involvement in peripheral stretch reflex during the full long latency reflex period. Descending pathways in motor control. Evidence for non-monosynaptic Ia excitation of human wrist flexor motoneurones, possibly via propriospinal neurones. Effects produced in human arm and forearm motoneurones after electrical stimulation of ulnar and median nerves at wrist level. Inhibition of neurones transmitting non-monosynaptic Ia excitation to human wrist flexor motoneurones.
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Sciatic Nerve Activity evoked by Sensory-motor Cortex Stimulation during Paradoxical Sleep
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Limbs were rotated in the same direction in-phase or in opposite directions anti-phase. Oscillation frequency ranged from 0. In both genders, movement synchrony was more strictly maintained during anti-phase than during in-phase coupling. This phase advance increased as the oscillation frequency increased.