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Soundwave Surgery Improves Life for Parkinson's Patients

News   Nov 12, 2018 | Original Press Release from the University of Virginia

 
Soundwave Surgery Improves Life for Parkinson's Patients

Scott Sperling, PsyD, a clinical neuropsychologist at UVA, determined that focused ultrasound surgery improves quality of life for patients with Parkinson's disease that has resisted other forms of treatment. Credit: University of Virginia

 
 
 

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