Using electrodes (the white dots in this MRI image) on the brains surface, researchers found that deep brain stimulation dampens the synchronization of neurons in Parkinsons patients.
Credit: Coralie De Hemptinne
Sending pulses of electricity through the brain via implanted electrodes—a procedure known as deep brain stimulation—can relieve the symptoms of Parkinson's and other movement disorders.
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