In combination with Elements Automatic Segmentation, FiberTracking and post-operative Lead Localisation, Elements Stereotaxy
is the latest addition to Brainlab's product portfolio and together extend the advanced capabilities for planning as well as intra- and postoperative verification of the lead placement for stereotactic functional neurosurgery.
The stability, reproducibility, and accuracy of frame-based stereotaxy
make this procedure an attractive alternative to trajectory-based procedures, where real-time feedback is less critical, and have provided a reliable method for accurately targeting deep-brain structures.
was developed by the physician Robert Henry Clarke (1850-1926) who worked together with the pioneer of British Neurosurgery Victor Horsley (1857-1916) at the University College in London since 1880.
Image-guided neurosurgery with intraoperative MRI: update of frameless stereotaxy
and radicality control.
Russ, Practical Stereotaxy
, Plenum Press, New York, NY (19X6).
Lesion sampling is often nonrepresentative, and biopsies, particularly stereotaxy
specimens, may be minute.
GE also released the Senographe Essential Interventional, an add-on digital stereotaxy
option on the Senographe Essential digital mammography platform.
Measurements and calculations in three dimensions are the basis for stereotaxy
, which is the precise location of a target within a defined area.
Fins, "Constructing an Ethical Stereotaxy
for Severe Brain Injury: Balancing Risks, Benefits and Access, Nature Reviews Neuroscience 4 (2003): 323-27.
is a method used in neurosurgery for locating points within the brain using an external frame.
An Automatic Registration Method for Frameless Stereotaxy
, Image Guided Surgery, and Enhanced Reality Visualization.