Researchers evaluated 89 patients who were stimulated in a part of the brain called the globus pallidus interna and 70 patients who were stimulated in a different part of the brain called the subthalamic nucleus.
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GP stands for Globus Pallidus
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FDRI was measured in five subcortical structures: the substantia nigra reticulata (SNR), substantia nigra compacta (SNC), globus pallidus, putamen, and caudate nucleus, and in one comparison region; the frontal white matter.
MRI demonstrates T2 hypointensity within the basal ganglia with a characteristic T2 high signal in the globus pallidus often referred to as the "eye of the tiger" sign.
TORONTO--Motor function in Parkinson's disease patients improved by a similar amount after 2 years of bilateral deep brain stimulation of the sub-thalamic nucleus or globus pallidus in the first blinded, randomized trial to compare outcomes with the two targets.
Applications include thalmic and globus pallidus deep brain stimulation for Parkinson's and other tremor disorders, dystonia, postural instability and gait disorders.
Lesions in the globus pallidus mainly suppress dyskinesia (Speelman & Bosch, 1998).