From the Blogs: Deep Brain Stimulation Targeting in Neurosurgery, Part III of III

May 11, 2017

From the Blogs: Deep Brain Stimulation Targeting in Neurosurgery, Part III of III

Neurosurgery physician assistant Bianca Belcher concludes her primer on deep brain stimulation for the nonneurologist in the In Practice blog.

Ever wonder about where the subthalamic nucleus is located and when it is indicated for targeting in deep brain stimulation? And what can go wrong if electrode placement isn't quite right? Bianca Belcher answers these questions in the In Practice blog.

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