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Stealth is a computerized surgical guidance system that allows a neurosurgeon to safely navigate through the brain or spine during surgery. Pictures of the brain or spine are loaded into a computer system before surgery. During surgery, the neurosurgeon uses the computer images as a guide, similar to the way GPS technology works. Stealth makes brain and spinal surgery much safer because the surgeon can see where critical structures are in relation to his location and lets him adjust his plan accordingly.
Click here to see a web streaming video on stealth technology, featuring Dr. Muccio.
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