Navigated rTMS is an increasingly popular treatment option for patients with psychiatric disorders such as major depressive disorder (MDD) and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). Additionally, the application of TMS for the prognosis and treatment of stroke patients suffering from upper limb impairment is increasing in popularity. However, guiding the TMS coil to the target brain area needs to be performed accurately in order to obtain efficient and reliable treatment and diagnostic outcomes. By using an MRI-guided neuronavigation system, an individual's MRI scan is used to accurately guide the TMS coil to the brain region of interest. In this webinar, we give an overview of the latest insights of MRI-guided neuronavigation and we inform about its application in a large randomized controlled trial in subacute stroke patients. After these two lectures, we will demonstrate our latest rTMS and MRI-guided neuronavigation equipment and teach you how to use the equipment successfully.
The webinar will take place using the Zoom platform, with a maximum of 100 participants that have registered upfront. You can register here using our online form from the Zoom platform. A few days before the webinar, you will receive the Zoom link to participate by email. Participation is free for everyone.
The time of the webinar is according to Amsterdam time, which is Central European Time (CET).