Detection of unanticipated intracranial hemorrhage during intraoperative magnetic resonance image-guided neurosurgery. Report of two cases.

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The authors report unanticipated intraoperative intracranial hemorrhaging in two pediatric neurosurgical patients. Both children were undergoing elective craniotomies with the aid of intraoperative magnetic resonance (iMR) imaging. In both cases, the ability of iMR imaging to aid in diagnosis allowed prompt and definitive treatment of potentially life… (More)

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@article{McClain2007DetectionOU, title={Detection of unanticipated intracranial hemorrhage during intraoperative magnetic resonance image-guided neurosurgery. Report of two cases.}, author={Craig McClain and Sulpicio G. Soriano and Liliana C. Goumnerova and Peter M. Black and Mark A Rockoff}, journal={Journal of neurosurgery}, year={2007}, volume={106 5 Suppl}, pages={398-400} }