UVA researchers develop a noninvasive surgical approach to remove faulty brain circuits
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University of Virginia School of Medicine researchers have developed a noninvasive way to remove faulty brain circuits that could allow doctors to treat debilitating neurological diseases without the need for conventional brain surgery.
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