Background: Magnetic-Resonance guided Focused Ultrasound (FUS) thalamotomy is a new and less invasive
surgical technique for treating Parkinson’s disease (PD). During therapy the required part of cerebral (as STN, Internal
Globus Pallidus, and Ventral Intermediate Nucleus) is ablated with less possibility of infection and brain hemorrhage as
normally happen in invasive procedures.
Introduction: New advancement in the technique enable it for transcranial transportation of US. Now a days, US coupling
with MRI confirms the accurate energy transferring and monitoring. So, MRI guided FUS lesioning is discovered for
various psychiatrics and brain disorders.
Methods: A technical overview of non-invasive MRI-FUS thalamotomy to treat various tremors is described here.
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Result: MRgFUS is concluded a non-invasive, satisfactory and safe technique to reduce the tremor. Table 1 shows the
significance of it.