iMRI supported resection of occipital tumors and tumors of the posterior fossa: Special considerations and proof of concept of an iMRI-compatible semi-sitting position

T. Gasser, C. Senft, J. Rathert, R. Gerlach & V. Seifert
Objective: Intraoperative MRI (iMRI) plays an increasing role for resection-control of supratentorial gliomas. Because of technical constraints and limitations of patient positioning (e.g. narrow gantry-gap, ante-flexion of the head), iMRI of the posterior fossa remains a challenge. This study evaluates[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]