Response Inhibition and Deep Brain Stimulation in Parkinson’s Disease

Response Inhibition and Deep Brain Stimulation in Parkinson’s Disease

Publication date: Aug 19, 2019

The purpose of this study is to investigate the brain activity associated with non-motor symptoms of movement disorders, including Parkinson’s disease and essential tremor. These movement disorders commonly have significant non-motor features also, including depression, cognitive impairment, decreased attention, and slower processing speeds. The investigators are interested in the brain activity associated with these symptoms, and perform recordings of the surface of the brain, in addition to the typical recordings the investigators perform, during routine deep brain stimulation (DBS) surgery.

Concepts Keywords
Alabama Paradigms protocol
Battery Seizure
Birmingham Depression cognitive impairment
Bradykinesia Prevalent neurologic disorders
Brain Surgery
Burr Hole Deep brain stimulation
Cognition Medicine
Cognitive Branches of biology
Cognitive Function Clinical medicine
Cognitive Impairment Neurotechnology
Conservative Electrotherapy
Cortex Neurophysiology
DBS Medical devices
Deep Brain Stimulation Neurosurgical procedures
Depression Deep brain stimulation
Disability Electroencephalography
Dopamine Neurostimulation
Dystonia Paradigms protocol
Electrode
Electrophysiology
Essential Tremor
ET
Gait
Informed Consent
Intraoperative
Memory
Movement Disorders
Multi Disciplinary
Parkinson
Prefrontal
Prefrontal Cortex
Pregnancy
Protocol
Recording
Seizure
Sensorimotor Cortex
Tremor
United States

Semantics

Type Source Name
disease MESH movement disorders
disease MESH essential tremor
disease DOID essential tremor
disease MESH depression
disease MESH cognitive impairment
disease MESH multi
disease MESH diagnosis
gene UNIPROT NR4A2
gene UNIPROT ALG3
disease MESH Parkinson Disease
disease DOID Parkinson Disease

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