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This Surgical Noodle Could Repair the Brain by Slipping Into Blood Vessels

News   Aug 29, 2019 | Original story from MIT

 
This Surgical Noodle Could Repair the Brain by Slipping Into Blood Vessels

MIT engineers develop magnetically steerable robotic thread (in black), small enough to work through narrow spaces, such as the vasculature of the human brain. Researchers envision the technology may be used in the future to clear blockages in patients with stroke and aneurysms. Credit: MIT/The Researchers

 
 
 

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