What Is Deep Brain Stimulation?

The Deep Brain Stimulation:

Deep brain stimulation is a surgical procedure used to treat an assortment of incapacitating neurological side effects most ordinarily the weakening manifestations of Parkinson's disease, for example; Tremor, rigidity, slowed movement and walking problems.
This surgery includes putting a thin metal terminal into one of a few conceivable brain targets and joining it to a mechanized heartbeat generator, which is embedded under the skin in the chest beneath the collarbone.

How  Does This Surgery Work?

It is not a cure for development issue, but rather it can effectively treat side effects by upsetting the unusual examples of mind action that end up noticeably conspicuous in these diseases.

Types of Deep Brain Stimulation surgery:

  • Subthalamic DBS: it's the most effective treatments for patients with Parkinson’s disease.
  • Thalamic DBS: it's for patients with the essential tremor that may also be able to treat other types of tremors.
  • Pedunculopontine nucleus DBS: it is a new technique that helps to solve balance problems for patients with Parkinson’s disease.
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