neurostimulation


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neurostimulation

(noor″ō-stim″yă-lā′shŏn, nūr″) [ neuro- + stimulation]
The delivery of low voltage electricity to a specific nerve or target in the spinal cord or brain in an attempt to affect neuronal transmission. It can be used to treat neuropathic pain or to modulate motor function (e.g., in the treatment of gastroparesis).
neurostimulator (noor″ō-stim′yă-lāt″ŏr, nūr″)
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