Definitions for "Lobotomy"
The surgical interruption of nerve tracts to and from the frontal lobe of the brain, by cutting into the brain.
See prefrontal lobotomy.
A brain operation in which the nerve pathways between the frontal lobes of the brain and lower brain structures are cut in hopes of effecting beneficial behavioural change.
chemical lobotomy refers to the use of drugs (such as thorazine) to "cure" mental illness, but the result can be worse than the illness (4.48 Psychosis).
A form of neurosurgery that was used in the past to treat schizophrenia and a few other mental illnesses. The advent of highly effective psychiatric medications has eliminated lobotomy as a treatment for mental illness.
Lobotomy is not a project: Lobotomy is more projects. BrainTop, Synapse, Hyppocampus and others are developed to create a relational desktop system and a new user interface paradigm.
a horrible thing, but in fairness to those who performed them, they thought they were doing a good thing for patients who could not be controlled
Keywords:  drastic, incapable, choice, self, even
a rather drastic choice even for those incapable of self-control