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Title: How does the stereotactic workstation help the neurosurgeon?
Authors: Nuttin, Bart
Knauth, M
Gybels, Jan
Verbeeck, Rudi
Vandermeulen, Dirk
Michiels, Johan
Suetens, Paul
Marchal, Guy #
Issue Date: 1994
Publisher: Basel, S. Karger AG
Series Title: Stereotactic and functional neurosurgery vol:63 issue:1-4 pages:17-22
Conference: 11th meeting of the world society for stereotactic and functional neurosurgery location:Ixtapa, Mexico date:October 11-15, 1993
Abstract: At the KUL University of Leuven a workstation for the planning of neurosurgical stereotactic procedures has been developed. Its benefits are illustrated in three exemplary cases. The CT and/or MR images, acquired under stereotactic conditions, are transmitted via a PACS network (picture archiving and communication systems) directly to the stereotactic workstation in the operating theater. Target and entry point can be accurately defined on zoomed images. The trajectory can be checked and modified on all registered data sets and on resliced images along any plane. Maximum intensity projection of magnetic resonance angiography data sets along any arbitrary direction show the relative position of the blood vessels and the trajectory. During the preceding 32 months 29 patients were operated on using the stereotactic workstation. Postoperatively no new neurological deficit was observed in any of these patients. The workstation improves patient safety and increases the accuracy of neurosurgical stereotactic operations, because it helps the neurosurgeon to avoid blood vessels and/or important functional areas.
Description: Stereotactic and functional neurosurgery, vol. 63, pp. 17-22, 1994, S. Karger AG, Basel (11th meeting of the world society for stereotactic and functional neurosurgery, October 11-15, 1993, Ixtapa, Mexico)
ISSN: 1011-6125
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IT
Appears in Collections:Research Group Experimental Neurosurgery and Neuroanatomy
ESAT - PSI, Processing Speech and Images
Electrical Engineering - miscellaneous
Department of Pharmaceutical & Pharmacological Sciences - miscellaneous
# (joint) last author

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