Ultrasonic Aspiration in Neurosurgery
Various methods have been proposed for the removal of either normal or pathological tissues.
KeywordsUltrasonic Vibration Acoustic Neuroma Spinal Cord Tumor Brain Stem Tumor Intramedullary Spinal Cord
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