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DBS

abbr.
direct broadcast satellite

DBS

abbreviation for
1. (Broadcasting) direct broadcasting by satellite
2. (Telecommunications) direct broadcasting satellite
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6) Deep brain stimulation (DBS) has been shown in several recent studies to reverse TRD (7), (8) especially when stimulating the subgenual anterior cingulated region.
The possibility that deep brain stimulation may someday be proven to be efficacious for medically intractable depression has produced substantial interest in both psychiatry and neurological surgery.
A There's no evidence that deep brain stimulation (DBS) prevents progression of PD, and patients who can largely control their symptoms through medications and a healthy lifestyle aren't candidates.
Based on these concerns, we had decided to perform a Deep Brain Stimulation, an innovative surgical procedure on the patient.
In the development of the guideline, a review of the published literature was conducted using PubMed/ MEDLINE and CINAHL databases from 1990 to December 2009 using the following search terms: Parkinson disease, essential tremor, dystonia, and deep brain stimulation, with a second search of the bibliographies of retrieved articles.
Termed deep brain stimulation (DBS), it involves implantation of electrodes in the brain while a device similar to a pacemaker sits near your collarbone and sends electrical impulses to specific parts of the brain.
Deep brain stimulation surgery is also an effective treatment for Parkinson's disease as well as dystonia, a rare neurological disease, said Dr.
It is the first approval for deep brain stimulation for a psychiatric condition.
received an investigational device exemption from the FDA to begin enrollment in a controlled, multi-site, blinded, clinical study of deep brain stimulation (DBS)--essentially a pacemaker for the brain--for major depressive disorder, a severe form of depression.
ImageFusion 3, when used in combination with the OmniSight image-guided system platform, can also enable neurosurgeons to fuse hi-def MRIs with precision CT images and obtain exact coordinates for electrode placement within the brain for deep brain stimulation treatment.
An operation was suggested, deep brain stimulation, which involves placing electrodes deep inside the brain.
Deep brain stimulation (DBS) can improve memory and other brain functions in patients suffering from such conditions as depression and obsessive-compulsive disorder, according to new research presented at the annual meeting of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons in April.