Acta Scientific Neurology (ASNE) (ISSN: 2582-1121)

Review Article Volume 5 Issue 5

Deep Brain Stimulation: A Provocative Pathways and Neuroprotection - The Focus of Efforts Aimed at Slowing the Progression of Parkinson’s Disease - Part I

V Rama Raju*

Professor of Computer Science and Engineering, Computational Neuroscience, and Cognitive System, CMR College of Engineering and Technology (UGC Autonomous), Kandlakoya (V), Medchal Rd., Hyderabad, Telangana, India

*Corresponding Author: V Rama Raju, Professor of Computer Science and Engineering, Computational Neuroscience, and Cognitive System, CMR College of Engineering and Technology (UGC Autonomous), Kandlakoya (V), Medchal Rd., Hyderabad, Telangana, India.

Received: March 18, 2022; Published: April 29, 2022

Abstract

Development of neuro protection has turn out to be the focal point of endeavors targeted at reducing the progress of Parkinson disease or Parkinson`s disease (PD) signs and symptoms which are fundamental feature manifestations characterized by the four classes of motoric (motor) symptoms of PD, namely tremor, Bradykinesia (akinesia), postural instability and rigidity. One of the most common neurologic disorders that elders experience, Parkinson disease is a dreadful diagnosis impacting nearly - circa ~2of every 00 adult-subjects more than 60 years old older-adults. Even though there is presently no-cure as well as existing PD-treatments improve relieve only the motor-symptoms rather than the disease’s progression, therefore, a bright possibility lies in latest research experimental investigational studies concentrating upon the neuro protection. This article study the provocative pathways that lead to the development of deep brain stimulation of the subthalamic nucleus, a surgical procedural method (with which an innocuous microelectrode is implanted into the region of substantia nigra) which reduces Parkinson tremors and restores motor-function in patients with advanced idiopathic Parkinson's disease. PD, the causes of which are not known, is a chronic, progressive brain disorder that belongs to a larger class of disorders called movement disorders. In PD, one population of brain cells-those that produce a chemical messenger called dopamine-become impaired and are lost over time. The loss of these brain cells causes circuits in the brain to function abnormally, and those abnormal circuits result in movement problems.

Keywords: Deep Brain; Provocative; Neuroprotection; Parkinson’s Disease

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Citation

Citation: V Rama Raju. “Deep Brain Stimulation: A Provocative Pathways and Neuroprotection - The Focus of Efforts Aimed at Slowing the Progression of Parkinson’s Disease - Part I". Acta Scientific Neurology 5.5 (2022): 59-65.

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Copyright: © 2022 V Rama Raju. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.




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