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Scherer M, Jungk C, Unterberg AW
Journey of Intraoperative Magnetic Resonance Imaging into Daily Use: A Review
European Association of NeuroOncology Magazine 2013; 3 (2): 61-67

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Figure/Graphic 1a-c: Seizures
33-year-old male with seizures diagnosed with a WHO °II astrocytoma by stereotactic biopsy. Complete tumour resection was scheduled. (A) Preoperative definition of target tumour volume of 31.72 cm3 on T2 FLAIR images. (B) On the first iMRI, a 1.92-cm3 residual tumour is detected at the ventral aspect of the resection cavity on sharp FLAIR images. (C) Postoperative MRI shows no signs of tumour remnants. iMRI guidance led to a fully successful procedure with no added neurologic morbidity.
 
Seizures
Figure/Graphic 1a-c: Seizures
33-year-old male with seizures diagnosed with a WHO °II astrocytoma by stereotactic biopsy. Complete tumour resection was scheduled. (A) Preoperative definition of target tumour volume of 31.72 cm3 on T2 FLAIR images. (B) On the first iMRI, a 1.92-cm3 residual tumour is detected at the ventral aspect of the resection cavity on sharp FLAIR images. (C) Postoperative MRI shows no signs of tumour remnants. iMRI guidance led to a fully successful procedure with no added neurologic morbidity.
 
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