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  1. Artifacts in magnetic resonance imaging after surgical resection of brain tumors

    • BACKGROUND: Since the advent of magnetic resonance imaging, metal artifacts have posed an important diagnostic problem in different fields of medicine. However, this has not been systematically studied in patients undergoing surgery for brain tumors.

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  2. artifacts in magnetic resonance imaging after surgical resection of brain tumors

    • White matter reorganization after surgical resection of brain tumors and ...
    • BACKGROUND: Since the advent of magnetic resonance imaging, metal artifacts have posed an important diagnostic problem in different fields of medicine.

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  3. Intraoperative Magnetic Resonance Imaging

    • Intraoperative Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Impact on Brain Tumor Surgery. Michael Schulder, MD, and Peter W. Carmel, MD, DMSc. Background: Refinements in the imaging of intracranial tumors assist neurosurgeons in maximizing resections in a safe manner.

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  4. MR Imaging of Intrinsic Brain Tumors by Using | CONCLUSION: Fermumoxtran-10 provides a way to lessen artifactual enhancement during IMRI related to the administration of gadolinium.

    • The ability to perform more accurate resection of a brain tumor is the driving force behind IMRI.
    • Intraoperative magnetic resonance imaging. Top Magn Reson Imaging 2000;11:203–212. 12. Jolesz FA, Nabavi A, Kikinis R. Integration of interventional MRI with computer-assisted surgery.

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  5. The Effect of Prior Surgery on Blood Oxygen | Preoperative Assessment of Brain Tumors

    • The primary goal in the neurosurgical treatment of brain tumors is to maximize resection of tumor tissue while minimizing removal of adjacent eloquent corti-ces.
    • Ogawa S, Lee TM, Kay AR, Tank DW. Brain magnetic resonance imaging with contrast dependent on blood oxygenation.

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  6. Techniques to Improve the Extent of Brain Tumor Resection — Awake Speech and Motor Mapping, and Intraoperative MRI | InTechOpen

    • Glioma resection in a shared resource magnetic resonance operating room after optimal image guided frameless stereotactic resection.
    • 49 - Schulder M, Carmel PW. Intraoperative magnetic resonance imaging: impact on brain tumor surgery. Cancer Control 2003;10: 115-124.

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  7. Intraoperative Magnetic Resonance Imaging

    • Intraoperative Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Impact on Brain Tumor Surgery. Michael Schulder, MD, and Peter W. Carmel, MD, DMSc. Background: Refinements in the imaging of intracranial tumors assist neurosurgeons in maximizing resections in a safe manner.

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  8. Internet Scientific Publications | Magnetic Resonance Imaging And Computer NLS-Graphy And In Evaluation Of Surgical Intervention Extent For Brain Tumors Treatment.

    • Albert F.K., Forsting M., Sartor K. (1994) Early postoperative magnetic-resonance imaging after resection of malignant glioma – objective evaluation of residual tumor and its influence on regrowth and prognosis.

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  9. Fulltext | Wax pile method for glioma surgery utilizing intraoperative magnetic resonance imaging: a technical note | Neuroscience Discovery

    • Over the past decade, intraoperative magnetic resonance imaging (iMRI) to facilitate precise resection of brain tumors has been introduced to the field of brain tumor surgery.

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  10. Chapter III | CAD system for automatic detection of brain tumor through MRI preprocessing &enhancement

    • After this stage the medical image is converted into standard image without noise, film artifacts and labels.
    • Olivier et al. designed a new Standard Imaging Protocol for brain tumor radiotherapy. MRI has been acquired in the standard follow up after surgical resection [94].

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