Intraoperative optical imaging of intrinsic signals: a reliable method for visualizing stimulated functional brain areas during surgery.

@article{Sobottka2013IntraoperativeOI,
  title={Intraoperative optical imaging of intrinsic signals: a reliable method for visualizing stimulated functional brain areas during surgery.},
  author={Stephan B. Sobottka and Tobias Meyer and Matthias Kirsch and Edmund Koch and Ralf Steinmeier and Ute Morgenstern and Gabriele Schackert},
  journal={Journal of neurosurgery},
  year={2013},
  volume={119 4},
  pages={
          853-63
        }
}
OBJECT Intraoperative optical imaging (IOI) is an experimental technique used for visualizing functional brain areas after surgical exposure of the cerebral cortex. This technique identifies areas of local changes in blood volume and oxygenation caused by stimulation of specific brain functions. The authors describe a new IOI method, including innovative data analysis, that can facilitate intraoperative functional imaging on a routine basis. To evaluate the reliability and validity of this… CONTINUE READING
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