Abstract #35: Using High-Electrode-Count Intrafascicular Peripheral Nerve Interfaces for Selective Mitigation of Chronic Pain

      Introduction: Peripheral nerves are an attractive target for electrical neuromodulation therapies because of their low-risk surgical accessibility. Furthermore, the fiber function and location within the nerve, and the types of information they carry are well understood. However, the information peripheral nerves carry is multi-modal and
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