Session

10.03.2022     13:45–14:45

Titel:
Therapeutische Neuromodulation
Art:
Postersession

10.03.2022
13:45–14:45

Titel:
Therapeutische Neuromodulation
Art:
Postersession


13:45–13:47
P 27 Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) for treating catatonia – a case report
Christiane Licht (Nürnberg/DE)
Redezeit: 2 min


13:47–13:49
P 28 Add-on Effects of Transcranial Pulse Stimulation (TPS) in State-of-the-art Treated Neurodegeneration
Roland Beisteiner (Wien/AT)
Redezeit: 2 min


13:49–13:51
P 29 Persistent synaptic inhibition of the subthalamic nucleus by high frequency stimulation
Leon Amadeus Steiner (Berlin/DE)
Redezeit: 2 min


13:51–13:53
P 30 Stereotactic Deep Brain Modulation Targeting the Somatosensory and Affective Pain Circuits of the Thalamus
Thomas M. Kinfe (Erlangen/DE)
Redezeit: 2 min


13:53–13:55
P 31 Long-term results with TPS (Transcranial Pulse Stimulation) treatment of Alzheimer's disease
Pavel Novak (Tägerwilen/CH)
Redezeit: 2 min


13:55–13:57
P 32 Stereotactically guided brain modulation of the frontostriatal circuits for Huntington's disease: current state
Thomas M. Kinfe (Erlangen/DE)
Redezeit: 2 min


13:57–13:59
P 33 Changes in functional connectivity relate to modulation of cognitive control by subthalamic stimulation
Johannes Achtzehn (Berlin/DE)
Redezeit: 2 min


13:59–14:01
P 34 StimFit – A data-driven algorithm for automated deep brain stimulation programming
Jan Roediger (Berlin/DE)
Redezeit: 2 min


14:01–14:03
P 35 Local Field Potential Guided Determination of Effective Deep Brain Stimulation Contacts from an Implantable Pulse Generator – A Pilot Study
Joshua Strelow (Cologne/DE)
Redezeit: 2 min


14:03–14:05
P 36 Split-belt training but not cerebellar anodal tDCS improves stability control and reduces risk of fall in patients with Multiple Sclerosis
Shawn Hiew (Würzburg/DE)
Redezeit: 2 min


14:05–14:07
P 37 Correlation of intra- and postoperative best active contact and its implication for STN-DBS outcome
Hannah-Christin Mais (Würzburg/DE)
Redezeit: 2 min


14:07–14:09
P 38 Prediction of cognitive outcome of Parkinson's disease patients after subthalamic deep brain stimulation
Mohammad Hormozi (Tubingen/DE)
Redezeit: 2 min


14:09–14:11
P 39 MRI-based geometric modeling for transcranial current stimulation in mild cognitive impairment converters
Hanna Lu (Hong Kong/HK)
Redezeit: 2 min


14:11–14:13
P 40 Muscle ultrasound in idiopathic Parkinson's disease with deep brain stimulation: Rigidity can be quantified by shear wave elastography
Julia Oppold (Tübingen/DE)
Redezeit: 2 min


14:13–14:15
P 41 Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) influences sentence completion in patients with progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP)
Johanna Scholtz (Bielefeld/DE)
Redezeit: 2 min


14:15–14:17
P 42 Pilot clinical and EEG-biomarker results of transcranial pulse stimulation in Alzheimer's disease
Lars Wojtecki (Kempen/DE)
Redezeit: 2 min


14:17–14:19
P 43 Optimizing beta-burst driven adaptive deep brain stimulation for Parkinson's disease
Johannes L. Busch (Berlin/DE)
Redezeit: 2 min


14:19–14:21
P 44 Restitution of oral transport, penetration, and aspiration with nigral stimulation in Parkinson's disease?
Daniel Weiss (Tübingen/DE)
Redezeit: 2 min


14:21–14:23
P 45 Satisfaction with and safety of repetitive neuromuscular magnetic stimulation in children with headache disorders
Corinna Börner (München/DE)
Redezeit: 2 min


14:23–14:25
P 46 Effects of repetitive neuromuscular magnetic stimulation targeting to the upper trapezius muscles in children with headache disorders
Corinna Börner (München/DE)
Redezeit: 2 min


14:25–14:27
P 47 The Impact of directional deep brain stimulation on subthalamic beta power in Parkinson's disease
Jonathan Kaplan (Berlin/DE)
Redezeit: 2 min


14:27–14:29
P 48 tDCS in the daily routine – Experiences on feasibility and integrability of home-based tDCS for children and adolescents suffering from ADHD
Fabienne Schlechter (Bielefeld/DE)
Redezeit: 2 min


14:29–14:31
P 49 Polysymptomatic TMS treatment with the H1 coil compared to the figure of 8 coil leads to more uniform changes across symptom clusters in patients with major depression disorder
Samuel Zibman (Jerusalem/IL)
Redezeit: 2 min


14:31–14:33
P 50 The safety and feasibility of deep transcranial magnetic stimulation in patients with Parkinson syndromes and medical refractory symptoms: a retrospective analysis
Celine Cont (Kempen/DE), Lars Wojtecki (Kempen/DE)
Redezeit: 2 min


14:33–14:35
P 51 Evaluation of a Visual-Analog Scale (VAS) for Remote DBS Programming (The REMOTE-Trial)
Thomas Koeglsperger (München/DE)
Redezeit: 2 min


14:35–14:37
P 52 Short-term therapeutic effects of functional electrical stimulation on the somatosensory evoked potentials in the rehabilitation of the patients after the stroke: an interventional study
Marko Mijic (Bad Feilnbach/DE)
Redezeit: 2 min


14:37–14:39
P 53 Connectivity analysis to predict DBS-induced ataxia in essential tremor
Benedikt Weigl (Würzburg/DE)
Redezeit: 2 min