Antidepressant efficacy of low-frequency repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation in antidepressant-nonresponding bipolar depression: a single-blind randomized sham-controlled trial
International Journal of Bipolar Disorders, December 2021
Arthur D. P. Mak, Sebastiaan F. W. Neggers, Owen N. W. Leung, Winnie C. W. Chu, Jenny Y. M. Ho, Idy W. Y. Chou, Sandra S. M. Chan, Linda C. W. Lam, Sing Lee
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