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We can be quite accurate in localing gliomas where they are situated in brain with frameless neuronavigation or frame based approach. fMRI is useful but is not accurate to localise speech. The peroperative localisation has therfore become imporatantand is really helpful. The normal position of motor strip and speech area can be marked on scalp but because of shift by tumour these landmarks also change.
The best way to deal with this is doing surgery in awake patient. I have done 40…Continue
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