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In April 2004, a Tourette syndrome patient was treated with deep brain stimulation at the University Hospitals of Cleveland Health System, affiliated with Case Western Reserve University. This new surgical approach involves implanting electrodes deep within the brain that are attached to pacemakers and may help to control involuntary muscle movements. This was the first time that this surgical treatment, which has been approved by the . Food and Drug Administration for treating Parkinson disease, essential tremor, and dystonia, was performed on a Tourette syndrome patient in North America. Additional study is needed to determine its safety and effectiveness for Tourette syndrome patients who have not been helped by other treatments and whose quality of life is being severely impacted. For information, contact:

This is a short-term therapy aimed at alleviating the symptoms of depression. The starting hypothesis is that the majority of depressed people have disturbed interpersonal relationships. This is part of the illness. Therapists who employ this technique believe that if the difficulties with these interpersonal relations can be resolved, then the symptoms of depression can also be stabilized. In interpersonal therapy, the therapist concentrates, with the patient, on improving one of the following aspects, usually by focusing on the one that is the most problematic:

Haldol et maladie d'alzheimer

haldol et maladie d'alzheimer


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