New treatment option for tremors using thalamic stimulation
This article was originally published in Clinica
Electrical stimulation of the thalamus suppresses drug-resistant tremors just as effectively as thalamotomy but has fewer adverse events and is better at restoring patients to fuller, more active lives, a Dutch team has reported in the New England Journal of Medicine (February 17).
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