Robotic system designed to treat brain blood clots

Robotic systems use steerable needles to enter the brain with minimal damage and remove blood clots, according to this article. The development by researchers at Vanderbilt University consists of a series of nested tubes with different curvatures that would help surgeons wend their way through undamaged brain tissue to the target area.

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