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73. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Neurochirurgie (DGNC)
Joint Meeting mit der Griechischen Gesellschaft für Neurochirurgie

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Neurochirurgie (DGNC) e. V.

29.05. - 01.06.2022, Köln

Vorträge Dienstag, 31.05.2022
Funktionelle Bildgebung II/Functional imaging II

Meeting Abstract (V246)

Preoperative diagnostics of insular gliomas by navigated Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (nTMS) and DTI-Tractography

Denker M, Picht T, Zdunczyk A
Meeting Abstract (V247)

Trigonal approach to the lateral ventricle and pathologies of the white matter – surgical strategies using TMS and fibertracking

Reyes Medina B, Linsler S, Senger S, Oertel J
Meeting Abstract (V248)

Cortical representation of median and ulnar nerve suggests functional reorganisation induced by motor-eloquent gliomas

Ille S, Zhang H, Zhang W, Meyer B, Krieg SM
Meeting Abstract (V249)

The find-the-symbol test to detect and monitor deficits of visual attention and executive functions in brain tumour patients

Schröter C, Wagner AM, Rodrian K, Kochs S, Rehme AK, Nettekoven C, Louçäo R, Wiewrodt D, Löhr M, Jungk C, Goldbrunner R, NOA-19 Study Group, Weiß-Lucas C
Meeting Abstract (V250)

Resting-state fMRI uncovers differences in functional connectivity within tumour and peritumoral areas in patients with glioblastoma and brain metastasis

Jütten K, Kernbach JM, Ort J, Hakvoort K, Clusmann H, Delev D
Meeting Abstract (V251)

Analysis of functional neuroplastic changes in patients with different glioblastoma tumor growth patterns

Hense K, Forster L, Wendl C, Schmidt NO, Rosengarth K
Meeting Abstract (V252)

Postoperative cognitive and functional resting-state connectivity alterations in glioma patients

Na CH, Clusmann H, Wiesmann M, Mainz V, Jütten K
Meeting Abstract (V253)

Functional lesion-brain coupling in glioblastoma is more comparable to typical neural connectivity than in brain metastases

Kernbach JM, Jütten K, Ort J, Hakvoort K, Neuloh G, Clusmann H, Delev D
Meeting Abstract (V254)

Repetitive navigated Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rnTMS) to facilitate recovery of motor deficits after supratentorial tumour resection

Engelhardt M, Schneider H, Reuther J, Vajkoczy P, Picht T, Rosenstock T