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New Ultrasound Method Restores Dopaminergic Pathway in Early Stages of Parkinson's Disease

News   Jun 07, 2019 | Original story by the Columbia University School of Engineering and Applied Science

 
New Ultrasound Method Restores Dopaminergic Pathway in Early Stages of Parkinson's Disease

Portable ultrasound system for targeted and non-invasive blood-brain barrier opening in humans. The system was recently cleared by the FDA for ultrasound treatment of six US Alzheimer's disease patients. Credit: Antonios Pouliopoulos /Columbia Engineering

 
 
 

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