- •Active TMS improves global cognitive performance over time in patients with Parkinson's disease and MCI.
- •There is no significant difference between the active and sham TMS groups.
- •Active and sham TMS improves attention but only active TMS improves visuospatial abilities.
- •TMS has no effect on executive performance, language or memory.
- •The potential sham TMS effect cannot be excluded.
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