Transcranial ultrasound stimulation (TUS) is an emerging technique that can noninvasively excite or inhibit neural activity in targeted brain regions by delivery of pulsed ultrasonic waves. TUS is therefore a valuable tool to modulate specific neuronal pathways or nuclei in both the basic and clinical neurosciences, and may have therapeutic potential in neurological diseases such as Alzheimer's Disease, epilepsy, and stroke. Our latest guest-edited collection brings together recent research published in BMC Neuroscience concerning technological advances, potential applications, and therapeutic effects, of transcranial ultrasound stimulation.
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