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Neuronavigation of RMTS based on brain functional imaging in clinical aplication in auditory hallucinations
Klírová, Monika ; Horáček, Jiří (advisor) ; Papežová, Hana (referee) ; Rektorová, Irena (referee)
NEURONAVIGATION OF rTMS BASED ON BRAIN FUNCTIONAL IMAGING IN CLINICAL APPLICATION IN AUDITORY HALLUCINATIONS Monika Klírová Summary Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) represents a noninvasive method used in diagnostics of neurological disorders and physiological research of sensoric, motor and cognitive function and intracortical relations. This method has found its leading position also in the treatment of neuropsychiatric disorders. TMS is based on the administration of short pulses of a strong magnetic field, which induces secondary electric currents in a limited volume of cerebral cortex. Therapeutic modification utilizes a repetitive TMS (rTMS) in which the magnetic coil generate a series of pulses of different frequencies. Low-frequency rTMS (LF-rTMS) of the left temporo-parietal cortex (LTPC) has been proposed as a useful therapeutic method for auditory hallucinations (AHs). Majority of rTMS studies use "standard" coil positioning, which is often not fully corresponding to cortical area(s) of maximal functional changes. Stereotactic neuronavigation enables the magnetic coil to be targeted according to the individual parameters obtained from neuroimaging. Individualized rTMS neuronavigated according to positron emission tomography (18 FDG PET) allows us to focus the coil explicitly on a given...
Neuronavigation of RMTS based on brain functional imaging in clinical aplication in auditory hallucinations
Klírová, Monika ; Horáček, Jiří (advisor) ; Papežová, Hana (referee) ; Rektorová, Irena (referee)
NEURONAVIGATION OF rTMS BASED ON BRAIN FUNCTIONAL IMAGING IN CLINICAL APPLICATION IN AUDITORY HALLUCINATIONS Monika Klírová Summary Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) represents a noninvasive method used in diagnostics of neurological disorders and physiological research of sensoric, motor and cognitive function and intracortical relations. This method has found its leading position also in the treatment of neuropsychiatric disorders. TMS is based on the administration of short pulses of a strong magnetic field, which induces secondary electric currents in a limited volume of cerebral cortex. Therapeutic modification utilizes a repetitive TMS (rTMS) in which the magnetic coil generate a series of pulses of different frequencies. Low-frequency rTMS (LF-rTMS) of the left temporo-parietal cortex (LTPC) has been proposed as a useful therapeutic method for auditory hallucinations (AHs). Majority of rTMS studies use "standard" coil positioning, which is often not fully corresponding to cortical area(s) of maximal functional changes. Stereotactic neuronavigation enables the magnetic coil to be targeted according to the individual parameters obtained from neuroimaging. Individualized rTMS neuronavigated according to positron emission tomography (18 FDG PET) allows us to focus the coil explicitly on a given...
Coming out - Parents, children and homosexuality
KLÍROVÁ, Monika
Dissertation deals with ?coming out? process from view of homosexuals and parents. In theoretical part are decribed processes and terms, which are directly related to ?coming out? and decribe views of homosexuals and their parents. In first part is explained what is homosexuality, thereafter I focus on ?coming out? process and public point of view of the issue (point of view which stems from history and even contemporary majority point of view). Then follows a brief description and functions of organisations, which are main participants in helping to homosexuals in Czech Republic. Closing article of the theoretical part speaks about family, functions and its approaches to homosexuality as such. Practical part of the dissertation comes with interview with homosexuals and their parents.Interviews based on the theoretical part were given to both groups and show how process of coming out differs between parents and children. Goals and main points of interviews are shown in arranged tables. Conclusion is made from discussion of the results and deduction from conclusions of the whole dissertation.
Problems Disorders Receipt Food
KLÍROVÁ, Monika
The work deals with eating disorders, the issue, describing the occurrence. It shows the difference between boys and girls. It introduces us to the history and seeks to show that eating disorders are not just a matter of last time. It also seeks to show the new (modern) forms of eating disorders and explain their specific features.

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