Intraoperative Imaging, An Issue of Neurosurgery Clinics of North America
This issue of Neurosurgery Clinics focus on Intraoperative Imaging. Article topics will include historical, current and future intraoperative imaging modality; iMRI suites: history, design, utility and cost-effectiveness; Stereotactic platforms for iMRI; iMRI for tumor: maximizing extent of resection of glioma; IMRI for tumor: combining iMRI with functional MRI; iMRI for tumor: pituitary adenoma; iMRI for tumor: MR thermometry; iMRI for tumor: LITT for spinal tumors; iMRI for functional/epilepsy neurosurgery: DBS placement; iMRI for functional/epilepsy neurosurgery: MR thermometry for mesial temporal epilepsy; iMRI for functional/epilepsy neurosurgery: MR thermometry HIFU; Fluorescence imaging/agents in tumor resection; Intraoperative 3D ultrasound; Intraoperative 3D CT: spine surgery; Intraoperative 3D CT: cranial/functional/trigem; Intraoperative imaging for vascular lesions; Imaging of intraoperative drug delivery; Intraoperative ultrasound for peripheral nerve; and Intraoperative Raman Spectroscopy.
|Author Information||By J. Bradley Elder, MD, The Ohio State University and Ganesh Rao, MD, Department of Neurosurgery, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, Texas|
|Stock Status||In Stock|
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