Cranial neuronavigation

Intraoperative cranial neuronavigation is extremely useful for the localization and delimitation of brain tumors, allowing less invasive surgeries using smaller craniotomies according to the location of the tumor. In tumors that are located deep in the brain, it allows for better choices of safe entry points to access the tumor.

In cases of tumor biopsy the use of neuronavigation enables the identification of the most appropriate trajectory for a safely access to obtain a tumor sample.

The integration of functional magnetic resonance imaging and tractography in the neuronavigation system is very helpful for the intraoperative identification of the anatomical relationships of the tumor with eloquent brain structures, reducing the risk of complications.

 

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