Postsurgical Pathologies Associated with Intradural Electrical Stimulation in the Central Nervous System: Design Implications for a New Clinical Device

@inproceedings{GibsonCorley2014PostsurgicalPA,
  title={Postsurgical Pathologies Associated with Intradural Electrical Stimulation in the Central Nervous System: Design Implications for a New Clinical Device},
  author={Katherine Nicole Gibson-Corley and Oliver E. Flouty and Hiroyuki Oya and George T. Gillies and Matthew A. Howard},
  booktitle={BioMed research international},
  year={2014}
}
Spinal cord stimulation has been utilized for decades in the treatment of numerous conditions such as failed back surgery and phantom limb syndromes, arachnoiditis, cancer pain, and others. The placement of the stimulating electrode array was originally subdural but, to minimize surgical complexity and reduce the risk of certain postsurgical complications… CONTINUE READING