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Why Doesn't Deep Brain Stimulation Work for Everyone?

News   Dec 11, 2019 | Original story from Washington University in St Louis

 
Why Doesn't Deep Brain Stimulation Work for Everyone?

Brain networks corresponding to functions such as vision (blue) and attention (green) mingle and share information in structures deep inside the brain, as seen, for example, in the bottom right corner of this color-coded composite MRI image. Credit: Scott Marek

 
 
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