The new system is more efficient and harmless than its analogues.
St. Petersburg’s Institute of the Human Brain has acquired the first in Russia brain ablation therapy system, TASS reports quoting Mikhail Didur, Director of the Institute.
The ablation system is more efficient and harmless than its analogues that use radiation. According to Didur, this is next generation equipment that uses focused ultrasound energy to treat brain disorders in a non-invasive manner.
The system will be mounted in the new building of the Institute to be put into operation at the end of 2021.