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Living with Dementia


Real-time adaptive deep-brain stimulation shows early promise

A new form of deep-brain stimulation (DBS) in which the stimulus responds to brain activity has shown promise in a primate model of Parkinson’s disease, Israeli researchers report.

They say that real-time adaptive DBS could potentially be used to treat not only Parkinson’s disease but also other neurologic disorders that are characterized by pathologic… Real-time adaptive deep-brain stimulation shows early promise   

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