Passive range of motion functional magnetic resonance imaging localizing sensorimotor cortex in sedated children.

@article{Ogg2009PassiveRO,
  title={Passive range of motion functional magnetic resonance imaging localizing sensorimotor cortex in sedated children.},
  author={Robert J. Ogg and Fred H. Laningham and Dave Clarke and Stephanie L. Einhaus and Ping Zou and Michael E. Tobias and Frederick A. Boop},
  journal={Journal of neurosurgery. Pediatrics},
  year={2009},
  volume={4 4},
  pages={317-22}
}
OBJECT In this study, the authors examined whether passive range of motion (ROM) under conscious sedation could be used to localize sensorimotor cortex using functional MR (fMR) imaging in children as part of their presurgical evaluation. METHODS After obtaining institutional review board approval (for retrospective analysis of imaging data acquired for clinical purposes) and informed consent, 16 children underwent fMR imaging. All 16 had lesions; masses were found in 9 patients and cortical… CONTINUE READING
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