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Evaluation of Diffusion-Tensor Imaging based Global Search and Tractography for Tumor Surgery close to the Language System

Evaluation of Diffusion-Tensor Imaging based Global Search and Tractography for Tumor Surgery close to the Language System

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RICHTER, Mirco, Amir ZOLAL, Oliver GANSLANDT, Michael BUCHFELDER, Christopher NIMSKY, Dorit MERHOF, 2013. Evaluation of Diffusion-Tensor Imaging based Global Search and Tractography for Tumor Surgery close to the Language System. In: PLoS ONE. 8(1), e50132. eISSN 1932-6203

@article{Richter2013Evalu-22407, title={Evaluation of Diffusion-Tensor Imaging based Global Search and Tractography for Tumor Surgery close to the Language System}, year={2013}, doi={10.1371/journal.pone.0050132}, number={1}, volume={8}, journal={PLoS ONE}, author={Richter, Mirco and Zolal, Amir and Ganslandt, Oliver and Buchfelder, Michael and Nimsky, Christopher and Merhof, Dorit}, note={This study was supported by the DFG Research Training Group GK-1042 "Explorative Analysis and Visualization of Large Information Spaces" at the University of Konstanz. Article Number: e50132} }

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