Neurosurgery

Neurosurgery

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Caption: A patient with Parkinson's disease is treated with thalamic stimulation: electrodes are inserted into the brain and fed with a thalamic pacemaker implanted in the thorax This neurosurgery is performed with the O-ARM Imaging System , Pr Jean-Jacques Moreau neurosurgery department, Dupuytren hospital, Limoges, France.

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Keywords: 2 people, basal ganglia, basal nuclear, basal nuclei, brain, cerebrum, dbs, deep brain stimulation, electrical nerve stimulation, electro-stimulation, electrode, hospital, interventional radiology, nerve stimulation, nervous system, neurology, neuronavigation, neurosurgery, operating, operating bloc, operating room, operating theatre, parkinson'ss disease, patient, radiology, reportage, stereotaxis, stereotaxy, subthalamic nuclei, subthalamic nucleus, surgeon, surgery, surgical, surgical operation, surgical procedure, surgical unit, thalamic pacemaker, thalamic stimulation, thalamic stimulator, treatment, two people

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