Assessment of motor pathways by magnetic stimulation in human and veterinary medicine
The Veterinary Journal
Iris Van Soens and Luc M. Van Ham

Magnetic stimulation is a non-invasive and painless technique for studying the motor pathways in medical neurology. A time-varying magnetic field induces an electrical field in conducting objects, such as nervous tissue. The technique can be applied to nerve roots and peripheral nerves or to the motor cortex of the brain in human and veterinary medicine. In this review, the basic principles, applications and risk factors of peripheral nerve and motor cortex stimulation in human and veterinary medicine are discussed.

Keywords: Magnetic stimulation; Motor pathways; Human; Veterinary

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