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sound data was used to generate updated MR images. Results: Combined use of fluorescence signatures and updated MR image information showed substantially improved accuracy compared to fluorescence or the original (i.e., nonupdated) MR images, detecting only true positives and true negatives, and no instances of false positives or false negatives. Conclusion: Implementation of brain deformation modeling in FGR shows promise for increasing the accuracy of neurosurgical guidance in the delineation and resection of brain tumors.doi:10.1159/000258143 pmid:19907205 pmcid:PMC2813794 fatcat:epjqftukjrcibp3osceseqdxry