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Stimulation of the brain with magnetic pulses while depicting what happens in the brain at the same time with  functional magnetic resonance imaging (functional MRI) That is the essense of interleaved TMS/fMRI. 

MagVenture's interleaved TMS/fMRI solution makes it possible to induce neural activity in targeted cortical regions during the actual MRI scanning. The integration of TMS with functional MRI provides researchers with a unique tool to study human brain functional connectivity in real-time and assess how it can be altered by certain interventions, behaviour, or pathologies.

Ultimate tool for neuroimaging

The interleaved TMS-fMRI Solution from MagVenture addresses all sources of artifacts to obtain excellent image quality. The system has been developed in close collaboration with some of the leading Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) centres around the world.

MagVenture's TMS/fMRI solution, including the MRi-B91 coil and MRi-B91 Air Cooled coil, enables high quality pictures with good spatial and temporal solution.

Furthermore, it effectively addresses all challenges that may occur with static and dynamic artifacts as well as the inherent safety aspects.

What you get with our solutionb91 mri coil

  • Reduced RF Noise
  • Stimulator Recharge delay
  • Balanced Leakage Current
  • Minimized Artifacts
  • Increased Safety


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Special edition of MagVenture NEWS

Customer testimonial:

We have pioneered in combining TMS not only simultaneously with EEG or fMRI, but conducted the first study in which TMS, EEG, and fMRI were all simultaneously combined in one experimental session

Professor Alecander Sack, Maastricht Brain Imaging Centre, Maastricht University
in MagVenture NEWS #4

Customer testimonial:

Combined TMS/fMRI allows us firstly to see how the brain is connected and secondly whether the information is actually reaching its destination. 

Professor Hartwig Siebner, The Danish Research Center for Magnetic Resonance - excerpt from MagVenture NEWS #1

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