“Awake” intraoperative functional MRI (ai-fMRI) for mapping the eloquent cortex: Is it possible in awake craniotomy?☆

@inproceedings{Lu2012AwakeIF,
  title={“Awake” intraoperative functional MRI (ai-fMRI) for mapping the eloquent cortex: Is it possible in awake craniotomy?☆},
  author={Jun-feng Lu and Han Zhang and Jin-song Wu and Cheng-jun Yao and Dong-xiao Zhuang and Tian-ming Qiu and Wen-Bin Jia and Ying Mao and Liangfu Zhou},
  booktitle={NeuroImage: Clinical},
  year={2012}
}
As a promising noninvasive imaging technique, functional MRI (fMRI) has been extensively adopted as a functional localization procedure for surgical planning. However, the information provided by preoperative fMRI (pre-fMRI) is hampered by the brain deformation that is secondary to surgical procedures. Therefore, intraoperative fMRI (i-fMRI) becomes a potential alternative that can compensate for brain shifts by updating the functional localization information during craniotomy. However… CONTINUE READING
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