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We have designed, built, and tested an apparatus used for investigating the biomechanical response of a novel intradural spinal cord stimulator to the simulated physiological movement of the spinal cord within the thecal sac. In this apparatus, the rostral-caudal displacements of an anthropomorphic spinal cord surrogate can be controlled with a resolution of approximately 0.1% of a target value for up to 10 7 lateral movement cycles occurring at a repetition rate of 2 Hz. Using this system, wedoi:10.1063/1.4831801 pmid:24289414 fatcat:gj5xypfe2naqlmb357lb66uwuy