New Delhi: Thirty-three-year-old epilepsy patient Shalini Arora`s condition was deteriorating with each passing day as the medication which had helped her for years finally failed. It was then that a team of doctors installed a pacemaker in her brain providing much needed relief to her.In the specialized 10-hour-long procedure, called `Deep Brain Stimulation`, a wire, as thin as a strand of hair, was implanted in the specific area of her brain that controls discharges going to and through the brain to all limbs.
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