Traditional Cerebral Stereotaxy is cumbersome, slow, and expensive. Image guided "Frameless Stereotaxy" units require expensive intra-operative workstations, image/patient registration and computer knowledge. Anatomics can assist the surgeon with a simple and cost-effective alternative allowing accurate biopsy of cerebral lesions, surgical navigation, and the delivery of Brachytheraphy.
Biomodel guided stereotactic surgery uses a solid BioModel replica of a patient to provide the anatomical data needed for trajectory planning. This concept forms the basis of a method of stereotaxy that can be performed using a range of different apparatus.