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Paper Title: Depression treatment by dopamine control using Transcranial Current Stimulant by 3D MRI and AI
Authors Name: Kolli Janaki , K.Tulasi Krishna Kumar
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Published Paper Id: IJRTI2303021
Published In: Volume 8 Issue 3, March-2023
Abstract: A neurotransmitter, or chemical, dopamine is produced and released by specific brain cells. It is involved in several crucial brain processes, including pleasure, learning, memory, and movement. Dopamine is a neurotransmitter that is released from certain brain cells and can bind to dopamine receptors on other cells to transmit signals that is help to control a variety of brain functions. The brain is a multi-channel complex, plastic, electrical network; neural processing is primarily mediated by structural and functional networks. Our understanding of how the brain works has advanced technique to the neurosciences. The bilateral occipital, left temporal, and left or right prefrontal networks have been implicated in probably simple cognitive task like object recognition. Network dysfunction, which may result from abnormality in many more isolated brain regions, is what causes neuropsychiatric disorders in the end. With the integration of 3D MRI scan, AI based technique and microscopy lens technique the new advanced Transcranial Current Stimulants technique will use of low electrical current can stimulate all brain functions and dopamine level and decreases the diseases of low of dopamine. These techniques with TCS technique can help us treat patients more effectively and control diseases that aren't responding to medication for depression. Are used to detect brain fluid and can also detect any tremors and diagnosis the disorder and increase newly released hormones in the brain.
Keywords: TCS, 3d MRI, AI based technique, microscopy lens advanced, fluorescence’s, femtosecond laser, AI algorithm, increases dopamine.
Cite Article: "Depression treatment by dopamine control using Transcranial Current Stimulant by 3D MRI and AI", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (, ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.8, Issue 3, page no.127 - 135, March-2023, Available :
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