Brain mapping in stereotactic surgery: A brief overview from the probabilistic targeting to the patient-based anatomic mapping

@article{Lemaire2007BrainMI,
  title={Brain mapping in stereotactic surgery: A brief overview from the probabilistic targeting to the patient-based anatomic mapping},
  author={Jean-Jacques Lemaire and J{\'e}r{\^o}me Coste and Lemlih Ouchchane and François Caire and Jean Chazal},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2007},
  volume={37},
  pages={s109-s115}
}
In this article, we briefly review the concept of brain mapping in stereotactic surgery taking into account recent advances in stereotactic imaging. The gold standard continues to rely on probabilistic and indirect targeting, relative to a stereotactic reference, i.e., mostly the anterior (AC) and the posterior (PC) commissures. The theoretical position of a target defined on an atlas is transposed into the stereotactic space of a patient's brain; final positioning depends on… CONTINUE READING
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