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Stereotaxy in Medical Products

iPLAN Stereotaxy

Description: Combines advanced planning capabilities such as automatic image fusion with the possibility of planning trajectories with arc settings or for frameless procedures. Allows for planning without a localizer therefore Improving the OR workflow . Flexible workflow optimizes the procedure and gives the...
Company:BrainLAB Inc.

Atlasplan Software

Description:... Based on the trusted Schaltenbrand-Wahren Atlas for stereotaxy of the human brain, Atlasplan Software provides anatomical detail of the basal ganglia region of the brain and can help confirm target and trajectory....
Company:Integra Radionics, Inc.

Cygnus-PFS() Image-Guided Surgery System

Features:... Cygnus PFS Image Guided System was the first portable frameless stereotaxy system for neurosurgical procedures. The latest software includes enhanced selection of reference points, tumor cross-section, biopsy planning, image ...
Company:Compass International, Inc.
Stereotaxy in Biological Technology

Elekta Showcases Stereotactic Systems for Cancer Care at Astro 2007

... 3mm, the 5mm and the 7mm leaf width - have improved dose shaping abilities for minimal risk to critical organs. Illustrious history, solid future in stereotaxy "Elekta's stereotactic products demonstrate its commitment to technological innovation and advances in stereotaxy," says Puusepp. Elekta was founded ...
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