Publications by Year: 2021

2021
Thomas Noh, Martina Mustroph, and Alexandra J Golby. 2021. “Intraoperative Imaging for High-Grade Glioma Surgery.” Neurosurg Clin N Am, 32, 1, Pp. 47-54.Abstract
This article discusses intraoperative imaging techniques used during high-grade glioma surgery. Gliomas can be difficult to differentiate from surrounding tissue during surgery. Intraoperative imaging helps to alleviate problems encountered during glioma surgery, such as brain shift and residual tumor. There are a variety of modalities available all of which aim to give the surgeon more information, address brain shift, identify residual tumor, and increase the extent of surgical resection. The article starts with a brief introduction followed by a review of with the latest advances in intraoperative ultrasound, intraoperative MRI, and intraoperative computed tomography.