Neurosurgical uses for intraprocedural magnetic resonance imaging.


Neurosurgical procedures demand precision, and efforts to create accurate neurosurgical navigation have been central to the profession through its history. Magnetic resonance image (MRI)-guided navigation offers the possibility of real-time, image-based stereotactic information for the neurosurgeon, which makes possible a number of diagnostic and… (More)


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@article{Mutchnick2005NeurosurgicalUF, title={Neurosurgical uses for intraprocedural magnetic resonance imaging.}, author={Ian S Mutchnick and Thomas M. Moriarty}, journal={Topics in magnetic resonance imaging : TMRI}, year={2005}, volume={16 5}, pages={383-95} }