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Oral "Transcranial" magnetic stimulation

Oral TMS, ok, so it is not the cranium; I think that the brainstem of the brain could be stimulated like TMS with an oral popsicle like magnet.
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Oral TMS might effect the brainstem, although the MRI images suggest it is a ways away from most of the dorsal brain.

they could see if it benefits people.

beanangel, Oct 04 2016


       // oral popsicle like magnet. //   

       If it's a superconducting magnet, then yes, it would be like a popsicle ... but not in a good way.
8th of 7, Oct 04 2016


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