Post-traumatic tremor and thalamic deep brain stimulation: evidence for use of diffusion tensor imaging
Background Deep brain stimulation (DBS) is a well-established treatment to reduce tremor, notably in Parkinson disease. DBS may also be effective in post-traumatic tremor, one of the most common movement disorders caused by head injury. However, the cohorts of patients often have multiple lesions that may impact the outcome depending on which fiber tracts are affected.
Case Description A 20-year-old man presented after road traffic accident with se... Expand abstract
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