Weight Gain following Pallidal Deep Brain Stimulation: A PET Study.

@article{Sauleau2016WeightGF,
  title={Weight Gain following Pallidal Deep Brain Stimulation: A PET Study.},
  author={Paul Sauleau and Sophie Drapier and Joan Duprez and Jean-François Houvenaghel and Thibaut Dondaine and Claire Haegelen and Dominique Drapier and Pierre Jannin and Gabriel Hadrien Robert and F Le Jeune and Marc V{\'e}rin},
  journal={PloS one},
  year={2016},
  volume={11 4},
  pages={e0153438}
}
The mechanisms behind weight gain following deep brain stimulation (DBS) surgery seem to be multifactorial and suspected depending on the target, either the subthalamic nucleus (STN) or the globus pallidus internus (GPi). Decreased energy expenditure following motor improvement and behavioral and/or metabolic changes are possible explanations. Focusing on GPi target, our objective was to analyze correlations between changes in brain metabolism (measured with PET) and weight gain following GPi… CONTINUE READING
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