Neuronavigation in interventional MR imaging. Frameless stereotaxy.


The main thrust of diagnostic MR imaging is to discern normal and pathologic patient morphology and function. Intraprocedural imaging, however, serves a different goal: to furnish the surgeon or interventionalist with updates on intraoperative changes and how they may modify preintervention data. Although researchers have not established whether MR image… (More)


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@article{Jolesz2001NeuronavigationII, title={Neuronavigation in interventional MR imaging. Frameless stereotaxy.}, author={Ferenc A. Jolesz and Ron Kikinis and I F Talos}, journal={Neuroimaging clinics of North America}, year={2001}, volume={11 4}, pages={685-93, ix} }