Navigated Intraoperative 3D Ultrasound in Glioblastoma Surgery: Analysis of Imaging Features and Impact on Extent of Resection
Background: Neuronavigation is routinely used in glioblastoma surgery, but its accuracy decreases during the operative procedure due to brain shift, which can be addressed utilizing intraoperative imaging. Intraoperative ultrasound (iUS) is widely available, offers excellent live imaging, and can...
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