Scalp electrodes for migraine
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Keshavamurthy J, Scalp electrodes for migraine. Case study, Radiopaedia.org (Accessed on 11 Jun 2023) https://doi.org/10.53347/rID-40787
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3 Nov 2015
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s/p bilateral scalp electrodes (spinal cord stimulator equipment placed in the scalp) for chronic migraine.
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There is a left chest wall electronic device with 3 electrodes going cranially towards the scalp.
There are bilateral occipital scalp electrodes and 2 horizontally oriented scalp electrode along the forehead supraorbital region.
The spinal cord stimulator placed on scalp for migraines.
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