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Laser interstitial thermal therapy (LITT) for brain tumor, radiation necrosis, & epileptic foci

Now you can

with Visualase™ MRI-guided laser ablation.

With a minimally-invasive option to ablate epileptic foci and tumors in the brain, you can give your patients an alternative to craniotomy. Because less time in the hospital is more time for living.

Minimally invasive

Epileptic foci
ablation

Now, your medically-refractory focal epilepsy patients may benefit from a minimally invasive alternative to open craniotomy. Visualase™ MRI-guided laser ablation is an FDA-cleared surgical tool that ablates epileptic foci, helping patients manage their seizures when medication alone may not work.

A female patient smiling in a blue headwrap.

Minimally invasive

Brain tumor 
ablation

Now, your primary and metastatic brain tumor patients may benefit from a minimally invasive alternative to open craniotomy. Visualase™ MRI-guided laser ablation is an FDA-cleared surgical tool that ablates tumors and radiation necrosis in the brain, helping patients to a speedier recovery for the continuation of their treatment.

New to Visualase™ technology?

Visualase™ MRI-guided laser ablation has been used by neurosurgeons since 2007 for precise and controlled necrotization and coagulation of soft tissue in the brain.

Is Visualase™ MRI-guided ablation right for your patient?

With new indications, new questions arise. If you’re an epileptologist or neuro-oncologist considering referring a patient for laser ablation, our team is here to support you with the information you need to make the most informed decisions for your patient’s care.

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