With a couple of clicks, Fasano tweaks the level of stimulation from the electrode in the right hemisphere of Luke’s brain, and he quickly starts shaking — his left foot is tapping up and down involuntarily. With another tweak, his foot is back firmly on the ground. The short-term hope, according to Fasano and his colleague, neurosurgeon Dr. Suneil Kalia, is that patients will be able keep a digital diary of their symptoms, which physicians can match up to the ongoing log of their brain activity. “Physicians can later look at that brain diary to see when symptoms were severe or better and fine-tune their therapy,” Kalia said.
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