José Bestier Padilla

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Deep brain stimulation (DBS) is the most suitable surgical procedure for patients with Parkinson disease whose symptoms are not well controlled by drug treatment, or who cannot tolerate the side-effects of medication. The success of this surgery procedure, depends on the correct location of the neurostimulator device over the basal ganglia area (i.e.(More)
The success of stereotactic surgery for Deep Brain Stimulation depends critically on the exact positioning of a microelectrode recording in a target area of the brain. This paper presents the software system NEUROZONE composed of two main applications: first, it allows online recognition of brain structures by the analysis of signals from microelectrode(More)
In deep brain stimulation surgery the most important step is the correct location of the neurostimulator device. Here, the medical specialist needs to robustly locate the basal ganglia area (i.e. subthalamic nucleus) to implant the neurostim-ulator. 3D brain atlas reconstruction methods have become in useful tools for building image guide surgery systems(More)
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