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Deep Brain Stimulation Changes Rhythms to Treat Parkinson's Disease and Tremor, University of Alabama at Birmingham Study


8/29/2012 7:56:52 AM

Deep-brain stimulation (DBS) may stop uncontrollable shaking in patients with Parkinson's disease and essential tremor by imposing its own rhythm on the brain, according to two studies published recently by University of Alabama at Birmingham researchers in the journal Movement Disorders. An article addressing brain stimulation for essential tremor was published online August 28; a related article on Parkinson's disease was released May 30.


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