Transcranial magnetic stimulator

Marco de Innocentis mdeinnocentis at hotmail.com
Tue Feb 1 12:59:42 EST 2000

In his book "Phantoms in the brain", V.S. Ramachandran writes
about a device called a transcranial magnetic stimulator, which,
in his words, is 'relatively easy to construct' and can stimulate
any part of your brain. If this is true, then why has such a
device not been used for commercial purposes so far? Is it because
its use can be dangerous?


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