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Self-tuning Brain Implant Could Help Treat Patients with Parkinson’s Disease

News   May 30, 2018 | Original story by NIH

 
Self-tuning Brain Implant Could Help Treat Patients with Parkinson’s Disease

Stimulating and sensing electrodes are implanted in the brain and connect to small computer under the skin. Data from this computer can be read by an external device. Image courtesy of Ken Probst/Starr lab

 
 
 

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