Origins of Intraoperative MRI

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Title: Origins of Intraoperative MRI
Author: Mislow, John M.K.; Golby, Alexandra Jacqueline; Black, Peter M.

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Citation: Mislow, John M.K., Alexandra J. Golby, and Peter M. Black. 2010. “Origins of Intraoperative MRI.” Magnetic Resonance Imaging Clinics of North America 18 (1) (February): 1–10. doi:10.1016/j.mric.2009.09.001.
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Abstract: Neurosurgical diagnosis and intervention has evolved through improved neuroimaging, allowing better visualization of anatomy and pathology. This article discusses the various systems that have been designed over the last decade to meet the requirements of neurosurgical patients and opines on the potential future developments in the technology and application of intraoperative MRI. Because the greatest amount of experience with intraoperative MRI comes from its use in brain tumor resection, this article focuses on the origins of intraoperative MRI in relation to this field.
Published Version: doi:10.1016/j.mric.2009.09.001
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