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What is functional and restorative neurosurgery?

Typically, functional and restorative neurosurgery involves minimally invasive procedures performed through small incisions or openings in the skull, often with the assistance of image guidance and intraoperative navigation systems. Functional and restorative neurosurgery uses cutting-edge technology to restore lost neurological function or prevent further functional declines.

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