Triple Stimulation Technique (TST) studies motor responses using a neurophysiological recorder, coupled to a dual electrical stimulator and a magnetic stimulator. This technique links central to peripheral conduction and suppresses desynchronization of motor evoked potential. It helps to better quantify the proportion of motor units activated by transcranial magnetic stimulation. The abnormal amplitude registered by TST is proportional to the intensity of conduction disorders.

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