Focused Ultrasound


Focused Ultrasound is a treatment option where sound waves can be focused through the skull to target a very specific location deep within the brain without the need for incisions or holes in the skull.   This is the same target used for years with other more invasive surgery, but now can be reached without incisions or anesthesia.

Focused Ultrasound (FUS) waves converge at a focal point to create a small lesion in the targeted area of the brain.

The MRI system is the eyes of the treatment, enabling the physician to identify and target the treatment area with high precision as well as monitor the temperature during treatment.

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