Bilateral GPi DBS is useful to reduce abnormal involuntary movements in advanced Parkinson's disease patients, but its action is related to modality and site of stimulation

A. Peppe, M. Pierantozzi, M. G. Altibrandi, P. Giacomini, A. Stefani, A. Bassi, P. Mazzone, G. Bernardi, P. Stanzione

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