Parkinson’s Patients Benefit From Deep Brain Stimulation Implants Ten Years Later

According to a study first published online by Archives of Neurology, patients with Parkinson’s disease (PD) who received implants that stimulate parts of the brain 10 years ago appear to maintain progress in motor function, despite part of the initial benefit deteriorating mostly due to progressive loss of benefit in other functions…

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