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The success of tumor neurosurgery is highly dependent on the ability to accurately localize the operative target, which may be shifted during the operation. Performing an intraoperative brain imaging is crucial in minimally invasive neurosurgery to detect the effect of brain shift on the tumor's location, and to maximize the efficiency of tumor resection. Method The major objective of this research is to introduce the tactile neuroimaging as a novel minimally invasive technique fordoi:10.1002/rcs.1893 pmid:29380512 fatcat:64mxj6j2xvfp5pna2o5v5vlpxq