Electrostimulation of Brain Deep Structures in Parkinson's Disease

  title={Electrostimulation of Brain Deep Structures in Parkinson's Disease},
  author={Elcin Nizami Huseyn},
  • E. Huseyn
  • Published 18 September 2021
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • ArXiv
The study involved 56 patients with advanced and late stages of Parkinson's disease, which could be considered as potentially requiring neurosurgical treatment electrical stimulation of deep brain structures. An algorithm has been developed for selecting patients with advanced and late stages of Parkinson's disease for neurological treatment-implantation of a system for electrical stimulation of deep brain structures in distant neurosurgical centers, which includes two stages for patients with… 



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