- •Deep targets can be reached with intensities comparable to the cortical surface.
- •Multi-electrode montages increase intensity with the same current limits per electrode.
- •High-definition and intersectional pulsed stimulation are largely equivalent.
- •Interferential stimulation is generally weaker than conventional stimulation.
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