Parkinson’s syndrom

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Deep brain stimulation (DBS) is a treatment for symptoms of Parkinson's disease, including tremors, stiffness, and trouble walking. It can also treat side effects of Parkinson's medicines. DBS isn't a cure for Parkinson's and won't stop it from getting worse. But it may be an option if you've had the disease at least 5 years and don't get enough relief from medicine. For some people, DBS is life-changing. For others, the results aren't as good. If it doesn't help you, your doctor can take the device out. How Does It Work? A small device placed inside your chest sends electrical pulses to your brain. The pulses block nerve signals that cause Parkinson's symptoms. #med#medicalmnemonics #medicine#medical#mbbs#usmle#medstudent #medstudentlife #medschool #usmlestep1 #doctor #nurse #dentist#PA#Pharmasist#neetpg#usmlestep2#fmge#mci#plab#physiology#anatomy#physiology

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2 thoughts on “Parkinson’s syndrom

  1. سلام عليكم دكتور محمد أنا أحمد من الجزائر مريض بركينسون شكرا على قراءتك رسالتي ورد عليها وشكرا على إهتمامك بمشاكل المرضى نصحتني بإجراء العملية لكن ثمنها غالي جدا وأنا لا أملك ولو ربع الثمن وبارك الله فيك سيدي وشكرا

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    1. مرحبا أخي أحمد, الله يجيب الصحة والسلامة, إنشاء الله سأفعل كل ما في وسعي لكي يحظى جمي المرضى في شمال إفريقيا بالتطبيب الحقيقي الذي يحفظ لهم كرامتهم وصحتهم وصحة ألاودهم. أخي أحمد أنصحك أن لاتفقد الأمل أبدا وأن لا تترك أن يتسلل الإستسلام إلى قلبك.


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