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Stroke Motor Rehabilitation

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Premotor Cortex: A New Target for Stroke Motor Rehabilitation

The goal of the study is to determine the effect of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) over the premotor cortex on training-related improvements in motor performance and associated neural plasticity.

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Device - rTMS (Control 1)

Location of rTMS: premotor cortex Frequency of rTMS: 0.1 Hz Time of rTMS: 400 milliseconds after the onset of movement-related EMG Device: Super Rapid 2 Transcranial Magnetic Stimulator

Device - rTMS over Premotor Cortex (Contralateral Hemisphere)

Location of rTMS: premotor cortex Frequency of rTMS: 0.1 Hz Time of rTMS: 50 milliseconds before the onset of movement-related EMG Device: MagStim Super Rapid 2 Transcranial Magnetic Stimulator

Device - rTMS over Premotor Cortex (Ipsilateral Hemisphere)

Location of rTMS: premotor cortex Frequency of rTMS: 0.1 Hz Time of rTMS: 50 milliseconds before the onset of movement-related EMG Device: Super Rapid 2 Transcranial Magnetic Stimulator

Device - rTMS (Control 2)

Location of rTMS: somatosensory cortex Frequency of rTMS: 0.1 Hz Time of rTMS: 50 milliseconds before the onset of movement-related EMG Device: Super Rapid 2 Transcranial Magnetic Stimulator

Device - rTMS (Control 3)

Location of rTMS: premotor cortex Frequency of rTMS: 0.1 Hz Time of rTMS: 50 milliseconds before the onset of movement-related EMG Device: Super Rapid 2 Transcranial Magnetic Stimulator with Sham Coil

Motor Training

During motor training, participants will quickly extend their hand at a pace of one extension every 5 seconds (0.2Hz) in response to an auditory cue.

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Premotor Cortex: A New Target for Stroke Motor Rehabilitation Using Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation

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NCT02565199

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