stereotaxis


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stereotaxis

[‚ster·ē·ə′tak·səs]
(biology)
An orientation movement in response to stimulation by contact with a solid body. Also known as thigmotaxis.
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Stereotaxis has entered into an agreement to amend the terms of all warrants issued in September 2016.
Stereotaxis makes robotic cardiology instrument navigation systems.
8 May 2012 - Oppenheimer & Co Inc acted as the sole placement agent for the private placement of common shares and debentures of Stereotaxis Inc (NASDAQ:STXS) for total gross proceeds of USD18.
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Similarly, calcifications are usually sampled by stereotaxis and a specimen x-ray is obtained to determine whether enough calcification was sampled to be representative of a lesion.
First results with catheter and magnetically guided and detached polymerized ferromagnetic particle filaments and heat-induced particle release using the Stereotaxis Niobe system.
6] /[mu]l C6 glioma cells into rats' right caudate nuclei, using a stereotaxis instrument according to Barker's method.
Stereotaxis designs, manufactures and markets an advanced cardiology instrument control system for use in a hospital's interventional surgical suite to enhance the treatment of arrhythmias and coronary artery disease.
In magnetic navigation, also called stereotaxis, a magnet is located on the tip of the catheter, and two magnets are positioned externally on opposite sides of the patient.
Computed tomographic guidance stereotaxis in the managment of intracraneal mass lesions.
Mary's Hospital was one of the first hospitals in Indiana to use the new stereotaxis magnetic navigation system.
Both SRS and FSRT utilize the principle of stereotaxis, which allows precise target or tumor localization and accurate delivery of radiation to the tumor, either with a single session (SRS) or a series of sessions (FSRT), while reducing radiation dose to critical nearby structures (Kalapurakal, 2005).