Psychosurgery is a type of surgical procedures carried out on the brain to treat mental disorders. It is sometimes called functional neurosurgery for psychiatric disorders or mental disorders. This field of surgery which consists of stereotactic operations on the brain aimed at altering abnormal physiology by severing certain connections between the frontal lobe and the rest of the brain, including the cortex, the nuclei or other brain pathways, which may appear to function normally, in order to reduce mental illness. The following are the major symptoms noticed,
· Reduced intellectual functioning
· Loss of emotions/ memory
· Destroyed individual personalities
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