Dr. Luke Johnson and other researchers recently published an article in the Journal of International Parkinson and Movement Disorders Society

High-Frequency Oscillations in the Pallidum: A Pathophysiological Biomarker in Parkinson's Disease?

Luke A. Johnson PhDJoshua E. Aman PhDYing Yu PhDDavid Escobar Sanabria PhDJing Wang PhDMeghan Hill PhDRajiv Dharnipragada PhDRemi Patriat PhDMark Fiecas PhDLaura Li MDLauren E. Schrock MDScott E. Cooper MDMatthew D. Johnson PhDMichael C. Park MD, PhDNoam Harel PhDJerrold L. Vitek MD, PhD

This study provides evidence in support of the hypothesis that exaggerated, movement-modulated high frequency oscillations in the internal segment of the globus pallidus (GPi) are pathophysiological features of Parkinson's disease. 

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