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Validation of model-based brain shift correction in neurosurgery via intraoperative magnetic resonance imaging: preliminary results
Medical Imaging 2017: Image-Guided Procedures, Robotic Interventions, and Modeling
The quality of brain tumor resection surgery is dependent on the spatial agreement between preoperative image and intraoperative anatomy. However, brain shift compromises the aforementioned alignment. Currently, the clinical standard to monitor brain shift is intraoperative magnetic resonance (iMR). While iMR provides better understanding of brain shift, its cost and encumbrance is a consideration for medical centers. Hence, we are developing a model-based method that can be a complementarydoi:10.1117/12.2255845 dblp:conf/miigp/LuoFWCUTGM17 fatcat:vinqnr4yrzforfgqmkf6rq4c24