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Proceedings of the Medtronic Forum for Neuroscience and Neuro-Technology 2005


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Developments in Neuroscience: Pain and Dystonia.- Clinical Features of Dystonia and European Guidelines for Diagnosis and Treatment.- Complex Regional Pain Syndrome — What’s in a Name?.- Neuropathic Pain: Assessment and Medical Treatment.- Building the Evidence Base for Medical Devices: Strategies and Pitfalls.- Basic Research and Future Directions in Interventional Neuroscience.- Mechanisms of Spinal Cord Stimulation in Neuropathic and Vasculopathic Pain: Present Status of Knowledge — and Views for the Future.- Objective Measurement of Physical Activity in Patients with Chronic Lower Limb Pain Treated with Spinal Cord Stimulation.- How Could HFS Functionally Inhibit Neuronal Networks?.- Cortical Stimulation for Movement Disorders.- Placement of Subthalamic DBS Electrodes in a Radiology Suite Using Interventional MRI.- Clinical Research in Interventional Neuroscience.- Treatment of Chronic Neuropathic Pain by Motor Cortex Stimulation — Results of a Prospective Controlled Trial.- Neuromodulatory Approaches to the Treatment of Trigeminal Autonomic Cephalalgias (TACs).- Hypothalamic Deep Brain Stimulation for the Treatment of Chronic Cluster Headaches: A Series Report.- Amygdalohippocampal Deep Brain Stimulation (Ah-DBS) for Refractory Temporal Lobe Epilepsy.- Non-Pharmacological Approaches to the Treatment of Depression — Mechanisms and Future Prospects.- DBS and the Treatment of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.- The Nucleus Accumbens: A Target for Deep- Brain Stimulation in Obsessive-Compulsive and Anxiety Disorders.- Stimulation of the Posterior Hypothalamus for Medically Intractable Impulsive and Violent Behavior.- Gilles de la Tourette’s Syndrome: A Movement Disorder.- Advances in Gilles de la Tourette Syndrome: Preliminary Results in a Cohort of 10 Patients Treated with DBS.