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Cortical stimulator

Summary Information: Cortical stimulator

Cortical stimulator: A cortical stimulator is a medical device that delivers electrical impulses to locate epileptic foci for excision or locate adjacent vital structures (e.g. speech center of the brain) during tumor removal.

Diseases Related To Medical Device: Cortical stimulator

These diseases are related to the medical device Cortical stimulator:

  • Cortical mapping during epileptic foci removal

Other Names For Cortical stimulator

  • Cortical mapping device

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