DBS Surgery

The continuous efforts on research on Parkinson’s disease are finally showing considerable hope for Parkinson's patients. Parkinson patients to live longer with deep brain stimulation treatment. Researchers found that patients receiving stimulation through this method have fair advantageous prospects when...

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Deep brain stimulation (DBS) is an established method of non-destructive surgical treatment in patients with advanced Parkinson’s disease. In this method, a battery-operated neurostimulator is implanted into the targeted region (Subthalamic nucleus) of the brain which stimulates it with electrical...

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Deep-Brain-Stimulation-Pros-Cons

Deep Brain Stimulation: Pros & Cons The full form of the DBS is also known as Deep Brain Stimulation. DBS surgery has applicable for recovering many diseases such as Parkinson Disease (PD),  Dystonia, OCD, essential tremor, sometime Psychological Disorder, Chronic...

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DBS Problem in Human

DBS (Deep Brain Stimulation) Surgery Are you suffering from Parkinson disease? Are you considering Deep Brain Stimulation surgery? Do you want to know everything about the treatment of DBS surgery in detail so that you can make the right decision? If you...

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Deep Brain Stimulation Surgery

Abnormal impulses from the brain can be regulated by implanting electrodes within certain areas of the brain. Another concept is to use electrodes to alter or affect other cells in the brain or have certain impact on chemicals. These electrical...

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Deep Brain Stimulation

Deep brain stimulation surgery is generally used to inactivate the parts of the brain that cause diseases such as Parkinson’s and other associated movement disorders. This procedure is done without causing any damage to the brain. In this procedure, electrodes are...

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Advantage-Deep-Brain-stimulation-surgery

Advantages of Deep Brain Stimulation Surgery Today we discuss the advantage of Deep Brain Stimulation surgery. Deep brain stimulation surgery inactivates parts of the brain that are known to cause Parkinson’s disease, without actually destroying any part of the brain....

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Pain in Bones & Joints

RLS symptoms are improving, and improvement is sustained up to two years despite significant decrease of dopaminergic treatment after deep brain stimulation surgery for Parkinson’s disease -Dr Olga Klepitskaya People with restless legs syndrome have uncomfortable sensations in their legs (and sometimes arms or...

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Deep Brain Stimulation Surgery

Deep Brain Stimulation Surgery is generally used to treat movement disorders especially those caused by the Parkinson’s disease. It can treat the symptoms by interrupting the abnormal patterns of brain activity that cause them. Constant pulses of electrical charge are...

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