deep brain stimulation

German: Tiefe Hirnstimulation
Japanese: 深部脳刺激

Neurology. Stereotactic operation, in which an electrode is inducted into the brain through a hole in the skull, in order to stimulate certain centres. Deep brain stimulation is used, e.g., in the treatment of tremor caused by Parkinson's disease.

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