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Agarose gels: Model of artificial brain in neurosurgery

Abstract : The term artificial brain usually brings to mind a computer model that mimics neuronal activity. International teams have already worked on a model of agarose gel to explore the cerebral perfusion of drugs (1). Our work had 2 goals: 1-to create a biomechanical brain surrogate used for the development of an invasive neurosurgical robot, devised for future medical applications such as tumor removal and insertion of implant; 2-to determine the physical and mechanical parameters of the gels that will be used for experimental tests(development of robot).
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Marion Saliege, Anne Boyer-Grand, Jean Jacques Lemaire, Jean Chopineau, Valérie Sautou, et al.. Agarose gels: Model of artificial brain in neurosurgery. 39th European Symposium on Clinical Pharmacy, European Society of Clinical Pharmacy, European Society of Clinical Pharmacy, Oct 2010, Lyon, France. pp.465-466, ⟨10.1007/s11096-011-9481-6⟩. ⟨hal-01899202⟩

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