stereotaxic


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stereotaxic

 [ster″e-o-tak´sik]
thigmotactic (see thigmotaxis).

ster·e·o·tac·tic

, stereotaxic (ster'ē-ō-tak'tik, -tak'sik),
Relating to stereotaxis or stereotaxy.

stereotaxic

/ster·eo·tax·ic/ (-tak´sik)
2. pertaining to or exhibiting thigmotaxis (thigmotactic).

ster·e·o·tac·tic

, stereotaxic (ster'ē-ō-tak'tik, -sik)
Relating to stereotaxis or stereotaxy.

stereotaxic

1. pertaining to or characterized by precise positioning in space; said especially of discrete areas of the brain that control specific functions.
2. pertaining to or exhibiting stereotaxis.

stereotaxic surgery
the production of sharply localized lesions in the brain after precise localization of the target tissue by use of three-dimensional coordinates.
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