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Image-guided Stereotactic Neurosurgery: Practices and Pitfalls
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Image-guided Stereotactic Neurosurgery: Practices and Pitfalls
Jung, Na Young; Kim, Minsoo; Kim, Young Goo; Jung, Hyun Ho; Chang, Jin Woo; Park, Yong Gou; Chang, Won Seok;
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 Abstract
Image-guided neurosurgery (IGN) is a technique for localizing objects of surgical interest within the brain. In the past, its main use was placement of electrodes; however, the advent of computed tomography has led to a rebirth of IGN. Advances in computing techniques and neuroimaging tools allow improved surgical planning and intraoperative information. IGN influences many neurosurgical fields including neuro-oncology, functional disease, and radiosurgery. As development continues, several problems remain to be solved. This article provides a general overview of IGN with a brief discussion of future directions.
 Keywords
Stereotactic;Neurosurgery;Neuro-image;Pitfall;
 Language
English
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