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2000; Kita and Kita 2001; Kita et al. 1999; Spooren et al. 1996) parallel the feedback connections 32 • • BRAIN STIMULATION: METHODOLOGIES AND INTERVENTIONS from the GPe to the STN (Carpenter et al. 1981; Kim et al. 1976). The massive GPe to GPi projections (Hazrati et al. 1990; Sato et al. 2000) indicate that the GPe, like the striatum and the STN, constitutes a major source of input to the neurons of the BG output stage. Thus, the GPe is a central nucleus in the basal ganglia circuitry, which is reciprocally connected to the striatum and the STN and is a major source of innervation of the GPi and the SNr (Kita 1994).
1981; Kim et al. 1976). The massive GPe to GPi projections (Hazrati et al. 1990; Sato et al. 2000) indicate that the GPe, like the striatum and the STN, constitutes a major source of input to the neurons of the BG output stage. Thus, the GPe is a central nucleus in the basal ganglia circuitry, which is reciprocally connected to the striatum and the STN and is a major source of innervation of the GPi and the SNr (Kita 1994). BG output: The basal ganglia outputs to brainstem motor centers such as the pedunculopontine nucleus and the superior colliculus (Delwaide et al.