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118. del Felice A, Bellamoli E, Formaggio E, et al. Neurophysiological, psychological and behavioural correlates of rTMS treatment in alcohol dependence. Drug Alcohol Depend . 2016;158:147–153. 119. Su H, Zhong N, Gan H, et al. High frequency repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation of the left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex for methamphetamine use disorders: a randomised clinical trial. Drug Alcohol Depend . 2017;175:84–91. Substance Abuse and Rehabilitation downloaded from by 71.219.80.117 on 18-Aug-2018 For personal use only. 1 / 1
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Substance Abuse and Rehabilitation 2018:9 submit your manuscript | Dove press Dove press 20 Bolloni et al Supplementary material Table S1 Studies that have used TMS in the treatment of other addiction disorders Study n TMS device and parameters Target area Control group Assessment Results Nicotine Johann et al 103 11 rTMS, 20 Hz, 90% MT DlPfCx, left Sham Craving Reduction in craving Li et al 104 16 rTMS, 10 Hz, 100% MT DlPfCx, left Sham Cue-induced craving Reduction in craving Eichhammer et al 105 14 rTMS, 20 Hz, 90% MT DlPfCx, left Sham Craving, smoking No effect on craving, significant reduction in smoking Pripfl et al 106 14 rTMS, 10 Hz, 90% MT DlPfCx, left Sham Cue-induced craving Reduction in cue-induced craving Hayashi et al 107 10 rTMS, 1 Hz, 110% MT DlPfCx, left Sham Cue-induced craving + fMRI Reduction in cue-induced craving and reduction in fMRI signal in OfCx Rose et al 108 15 rTMS, 1 Hz, 10 Hz, 90% MT SFG, MCx Randomized open-label crossover Cue-induced craving Craving after smoking-cue presentations was elevated in the 10 Hz SFG and reduced after neutral-cue presentations; upon smoking, craving reduction in 10 Hz rTMS over SFG Amiaz et al 60 48 rTMS, 10 Hz,100% MT, DlPfCx, left Sham Cue-induced craving, cigarette consumption Reduction in cue-induced craving and cigarette consumption Wing et al 109 15 rTMS, 20 Hz, 90% MT DlPfCx, left/right Sham Craving, smoking Reduction in craving, no effect on smoking Prikryl et al 110 35 rTMS, 10 Hz, 110% MT DlPfCx, left Sham Smoking Reduction in smoking Dinur-Klein et al 61 115 H-coil,, 1/10 Hz, 110% MT DlPfCx, bilateral, ICx Sham Cigarette consumption, craving Reduction in craving and cigarette consumption after 10 Hz rTMS Trojak et al 111 37 rTMS, 1Hz, 120% MT DlPfCx, right Sham Craving No effect on craving Alcohol Addolorato et al 112 11 Deep rTMS, 10 Hz, 100% MT DlPfCx, bilateral Sham Intake, SPECT (DAT) Decrease in alcohol intake and DAT availability Mishra et al 58 45 rTMS, 10 Hz, 110% MT DlPfCx, right Sham Craving Reduction in craving Mishra et al 113 20 rTMS, 10 Hz, 110% MT DlPfCx, right/left Randomized double-blind Craving Reduction in craving after rTMS in both conditions Herremans et al 114 36 rTMS, 20 Hz, 110% MT DlPfCx, right Sham Craving No effect on craving Herremans et al 115 29 rTMS, 20 Hz, 110% MT DlPfCx, right Sham Craving No effect on craving Herremans et al 116 26 rTMS, 20 Hz, 110% MT DlPfCx, right Sham Cue-induced craving No effect on craving Höppner et al 117 19 rTMS, 20Hz, 90% MT DlPfCx, left Sham Craving No effect on craving Ceccanti et al 57 18 rTMS, 20Hz, 120% MT MPfCx Sham Craving Reduction in craving and drinking days del Felice et al 118 17
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