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MRI-compatible Electrode Could Make Brain Stimulation Safer

News   Nov 22, 2019 | Original story from San Diego State University

 
MRI-compatible Electrode Could Make Brain Stimulation Safer

This is a side-by-side look at platinum (left) and glassy carbon (right) thin-film electrodes for deep brain stimulation. Credit: Ryan Schuler/SDSU)

 
 
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