Reconstruction and visualization of major white matter tracts

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Enders, Frank
Stamminger, Marc
Nimsky, Christopher
Hastreiter, Peter
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Medical Technology in Bavaria - Profiles, Portraits, Perspectives. 2007, 1, pp. 40-42
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Major white matter tracts are bundles of neuronal fibers connecting the cortical brain areas to deep seated regions and periphery. An example is the pyramidal tract, which is responsible for motor function, or the corpus callosum connecting both brain hemispheres. Their preservation during brain surgery is of major importance, in order to avoid postoperative new neurological deficits, such as impairment of motor function.

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ISO 690MERHOF, Dorit, Frank ENDERS, Marc STAMMINGER, Christopher NIMSKY, Peter HASTREITER, 2007. Reconstruction and visualization of major white matter tracts. In: Medical Technology in Bavaria - Profiles, Portraits, Perspectives. 2007, 1, pp. 40-42
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