[The rolandic line: a simple baseline for the identification of the central region. An MRI study and functional validation].


INTRODUCTION The identification of the central region--i.e. the central sulcus, the pre- and post-central gyri, the paracentral lobule--on MRI and angiographic images may be necessary prior to stereotactic procedures such as biopsies or resection of centrally located tumors, depth electrode recordings for presurgical evaluation of drug-resistant epilepsies… (More)


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