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Stereotactic frames

There are four basic types of stereotactic apparatus: (A) the translational system (Spiegal-Wycis, Model V); (B) an arc system (Leksell); (C) burr-hole mounted; and (D) a system of interlocking arcs (Brown-Roberts-Wells). (Used from: Gildenberg PL. Whatever happened to stereotactic surgery? Neurosurgery 1987;20:983-7.)

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