I'll attach few pictures about FUS and also my EEG.
See the 1st picture. The loss of dopamine in BG produces electrical signals disturbances in the Thalamus which are causing the PD symptoms. The dopamine is coming from Substantia Niagra (naturally) or carbidova/levodoba (artificially). When the BG is not getting enough dopamine through one of the two ways then it generates electrical disturbances in the Thalamus. These signals are of certain amplitude and frequency (low frequencies being 1-13 Hz and high frequencies being 13-100 Hz as seen in the second picture (green being the normal) and red the abnormal (for myself). So in my case the biggest disturbance is around 5 Hz (see picture 4, too, showing the difference between the left and right hands in my case or picture 3 showing the two brain's hemispheres differences).
The FUS interrupts the "cable" between the BG (Basal Ganglia) and T (thalamus) to eliminate the disturbances source(see 1st picture). As a result the dopamine becomes irrelevant for that side. The brain is reassigning a different pathway after FUS to replace the interrupted one. For that to be possible the patient should be emotionally and cognitive stable.
As the electrical disturbances are completely eliminated for ever then the symptoms should be eliminated, too.