Cleveland Clinic has performed the first deep brain stimulation (DBS) surgery for stroke recovery, as part of an ongoing clinical trial assessing the procedure’s potential to improve movement in patients recovering from stroke.
This animation shows a deep brain stimulation lead implanted in the cerebellar dentate nucleus for treatment of post-stroke motor deficits.
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