Deep Brain Stimulation May Ease Some of Common Urinary Problems in Parkinson’s Patients, Study Reports

Deep Brain Stimulation May Ease Some of Common Urinary Problems in Parkinson’s Patients, Study Reports
Deep brain stimulation (DBS) can help to alleviate some urinary symptoms — such as urinary frequency, urgency, and incontinence — in Parkinson’s patients, and is particularly helpful to women, a large study reports. The study, “Clinical study of the effects of deep brain stimulation on urinary dysfunctions in patients with Parkinson’s disease,” was published in Clinical Intervention in Aging. DBS involves ... read more
Source: Parkinson’s News TodayPublished on 2019-07-02By Catarina Silva