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Advances in Neurostimulation Devices

  • J. Siegfried
  • G. Rea

Abstract

The past decade has seen increased use of devices designed to stimulate along the spinal axis or within the brain substance to treat intractable pain or disabling movement disorders. Concomittent with this period of expanding use, refinements have been made both in the electrodes and the stimulation devices. Some of the more significant alterations will be discussed.

Keywords

Deep Brain Stimulation Epidural Space Spinal Cord Stimulation Functional Electrical Stimulation Spinal Axis 
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  • J. Siegfried
  • G. Rea

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