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New mode of burst spinal cord stimulation improved mental status as well as motor function in a patient with Parkinson's disease

Reon Kobayashi, Shida Kenji, Asae Taketomi, Hidetomo Murakami, Kenjiro Ono, Hiroshi Otake
Parkinsonism & related Disorders 2018, 57: 82-83
Traditional tonic spinal cord stimulation has been shown to improve locomotor behaviour of Parkinson's disease (PD), but may induce paresthesia. Recently developed new stimulation mode, called BurstDR, improved pain, gait and posture of later developed PD patients without inducing paresthesia, in addition to improve emotional symptoms.

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