This study is evaluating a new technique for performing Thalamotomy for tremor control. While current techniques have possible invasive or radiation effects, the use of ExAblate if totally non-invasive and without any radiation. After informed consent and screening, eligible subjects will be randomized to either an ExAblate treatment or an ExAblate Sham or "fake" procedure. The chance of randomization to Sham is one out of four. Subjects who are randomized to Sham Control will undergo the same procedure and follow-up visits through their Month 3 visit. After the Month 3 assessments are complete, all subjects will be unblinded and those in the Sham treated group will have the option for an actual ExAblate treatment in an unblinded fashion, as long as they still qualify for ExAblate treatment. All subjects will be followed at 6 and 12 months and for up to 5 years as directed by their doctor.
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