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Section 1: Basic information about rTMS and how it works

(1.1) Section 1: Basic information about rTMS and how it works

(1.2) What is rTMS?

(1.3) Interactive exercise: how rTMS has developed over time

(1.4) Interactive exercise: the TMS device

(1.5) Types of magnetic coils

(1.6) The rTMS procedure

(1.7) Number of treatments

(1.8) Safety

(1.9) Reflection

(1.10) The motor threshold (MT)

(1.11) Clinical vignette: a patient's experience

(1.12) Side-effects and advantages over medication

(1.13) Dorsolateral prefrontal cortex stimulation

(1.14) Application of rTMS over the DLPFC

(1.15) Neuroplasticity

(1.16) Theta burst stimulation (TBS)

(1.17) Section 1: Recap

(1.18) Section 1: Summary

 

Section 2: Clinical applications of rTMS in psychiatry and neurology

(2.1) Section 2: Clinical applications of rTMS in psychiatry and neurology

(2.2) What are the differences between ECT and rTMS?

(2.3) Interactive exercise: the use of rTMS in psychiatric disorders

(2.4) Improvement of cognition

(2.5) Interactive exercise: the use of rTMS in neurological disorders

(2.6) Section 2: Recap

(2.7) Section 2: Summary

 

Section 3: Approved TMS treatments

(3.1) Section 3: Approved TMS treatments

(3.2) Interactive exercise: FDA-approved TMS treatment

(3.3) Depression

(3.4) Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)

(3.5) Migraine

(3.6) Bipolar depression

(3.7) NICE-approved TMS treatment

(3.8) Section 3: Recap

(3.9) Section 3: Summary

 

Section 4: TMS in research and the role of neuronavigation

(4.1) Section 4: TMS in research and the role of neuronavigation

(4.2) TMS in research

(4.3) Research outcomes

(4.4) Neuronavigation

(4.5) Reflection: future direction

(4.6) Comment

(4.7) Section 4: Recap

(4.8) Section 4: Summary

 

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