UF Health Shands Hospital at the University of Florida in Gainesville. Mind Craft. May 2014. Assignment: Croslin documents brain surgery from start to finish while the patient is awake-specifically, the procedure known as deep brain stimulation, in which tiny electrodes are implanted in the brain to deliver constant electric current to reduce patient symptoms. Specific image: A neurosurgeon’s view during brain surgery–more specifically the procedure known as deep brain stimulation. The head is held in place and covered with an adhesive drape containing iodine, which prevents infections and explains the orange tint.