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Structural brain changes are associated with response of negative symptoms to prefrontal repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation in patients with schizophrenia

Hasan, A. ; Wobrock, T. ; Guse, B. ; Langguth, B. ; Landgrebe, M. ; Eichhammer, P. ; Frank, E. ; Cordes, J. ; Wölwer, W. ; Musso, F. ; Winterer, G. ; Gaebel, W. ; Hajak, G. ; Ohmann, C. ; Verde, P. E. ; Rietschel, M. ; Ahmed, R. ; Honer, W. G. ; Dechent, P. ; Malchow, B. ; Castro, M. F. U. ; Dwyer, D. ; Cabral, C. ; Kreuzer, P. M. ; Poeppl, T. B. ; Schneider-Axmann, T. ; Falkai, P. ; Koutsouleris, N.


Impaired neural plasticity may be a core pathophysiological process underlying the symptomatology of schizophrenia. Plasticity-enhancing interventions, including repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS), may improve difficult-to-treat symptoms; however, efficacy in large clinical trials appears limited. The high variability of rTMS-related treatment response may be related to a ...


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