A multi-modal approach to computer-assisted deep brain stimulation trajectory planning

@article{Briault2012AMA,
  title={A multi-modal approach to computer-assisted deep brain stimulation trajectory planning},
  author={Silvain B{\'e}riault and Fahd Al Subaie and D. Louis Collins and Abbas F. Sadikot and G. Bruce Pike},
  journal={International Journal of Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery},
  year={2012},
  volume={7},
  pages={687-704}
}
Both frame-based and frameless approaches to deep brain stimulation (DBS) require planning of insertion trajectories that mitigate hemorrhagic risk and loss of neurological function. Currently, this is done by manual inspection of multiple potential electrode trajectories on MR-imaging data. We propose and validate a method for computer-assisted DBS trajectory planning. Our framework integrates multi-modal MRI analysis (T1w, SWI, TOF-MRA) to compute suitable DBS trajectories that optimize the… CONTINUE READING

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