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Clinical application of immersive, patient-specific three-d

Postby PattiG » Tue Jan 23, 2018 3:51 pm

While I am in no way promoting any physician or medical facility, I am awed at this new technology!

Eight years ago in Mar., my bleed and deep brain, thalamic surgery turned my world upside down with Central Pain Syndrome to which there is no cure. While I can't focus on the what-ifs, I do have to wonder if this technology had been available 8 years ago, how different my thalamic surgery outcome may have been?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a-emOqGIifc

Best wishes to all,

Patti
Multiple CMs throughout my brain. I have had 4 bleeds requiring surgery between 1987 and 2010. Locations of craniotomies have been: L. parietal, R. parietal, L. temporal and R. thalamus.
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