Precise Localization of Focused Ultrasound Thalamotomy Determines Clinical Benefit
Lesioning of the posterior portion of the VIM thalamus is most efficacious. Lesions extending beyond this portion can lead to adverse side effects in those with essential tremor treated with MRI-guided focused ultrasound.
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