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What is Functional Neurosurgery?
Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery is a branch of neurosurgery that utilizes dedited structural and functional neuroimaging to identify and target discrete areas of the brain and to perform speciﬁc interventions (for example ablation, neurostimulation,
neuromodulation, neurotransplantation, and others) using dedicated instruments and machinery in order to relieve a variety of symptoms of neurological and other disorders and to improve function of both the structurally normal and abnormal nervous system
2019 October 11th: Thesis: Dylan Henssen succesfully defended his dissertation titled “Trigeminal neuroanatomy and the subsequent insights in treating chronic neuropathic orofacial pain with motor cortex stimulation“
2017 June 17th: Research Intern Central Pain and Nociceptive Pathways