Three-dimensional visualization of intracranial tumors with cortical surface and vasculature from routine MR sequences.

@article{Neyaz2017ThreedimensionalVO,
  title={Three-dimensional visualization of intracranial tumors with cortical surface and vasculature from routine MR sequences.},
  author={Zafar Neyaz and Rajendra Vishnu Phadke and Vivek Raj Singh and Chaitanya Achyut Godbole},
  journal={Neurology India},
  year={2017},
  volume={65 2},
  pages={333-340}
}
The simultaneous three-dimensional (3D) visualization of intracranial tumors, brain structures, skull, and vessels is desired by neurosurgeons to create a clear mental picture of the anatomical orientation of the surgical field prior to the surgical intervention. Different anatomical and pathological components are usually visualized separately on different magnetic resonance (MR) sequences; however, during surgery, they are tackled simultaneously. Another problem is that most present day MR… CONTINUE READING

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