A coil positioning robot for Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) has been introduced at the Brain Simulation Center by Duke University's Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences.
Developed by Advanced Neuro Technology (ANT), the TMS coil positioning system is called the SmartMove.
Advertisement"ANT's SmartMove System is a solution for field visualization and temporally accurate targeting within the subject's cranium," said a released statement by ANT. "The Visor Neuro Navigational system is included with ANT's system as a component."
The Visor's software allows users to gauge the depth and location of the brain in real-time by creating 3D images from the MRI. "The robot ensures consistent targeting, regardless of movement by the subject, via motion-detection technology," the release added.
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