On the handling of stimulation artifacts during simultaneous electroencephalography (EEG) and transcranial low field strength magnetic stimulation (LFMS)

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      The simultaneous integration of neurostimulation devices with technology for monitoring large-scale neuronal dynamics creates an exciting opportunity for exploring stimulation effects in real time. This integration is also a pre-requisite for closed-loop neuromodulation protocols tailored to match constantly fluctuating patterns of brain activity.
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