Along all those steps, an experienced multidisciplinary team can help make decisions based on the need of individual patients. In this case, the electrode is inserted in the appropriate region through direct visualization of a specific anatomical target. DaT increases the overall amount of dopamine available for neurotransmission. A successful surgery starts even before the decision to operate is made. Furthermore, the device is significantly lighter than a conventional frame and does not require head fixation during the surgery. With a comprehensive approach, the team can consider the unique presentation of the patient including the specific symptoms causing the disability, the precise anatomy of the brain and finally the psychological and cognitive state. In addition, the success of DBS surgery depends on the quality of the care after the procedure. In order to stimulate the right location, it is equally important to understand the local anatomy of a specific patient. Aims and scope Journal of Clinical Movement Disorders focuses on scientific investigations into the diagnosis, evaluation and management of patients with involuntary movement disorders.
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The DaTscan is a nuclear medicine imaging test that specifically targets the dopamine transporter DaT. His research interests include clinical phenomenology, experimental therapeutics of myoclonus and focal task-specific dystonia, and the mechanisms underlying hyperkinetic disorders.
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