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67th Annual Meeting of the German Society of Neurosurgery (DGNC)
Joint Meeting with the Korean Neurosurgical Society (KNS)

German Society of Neurosurgery (DGNC)

12 - 15 June 2016, Frankfurt am Main

Vorträge Dienstag, 14. Juni 2016
DI.06 Bildgebung 1: Epilepsiechirurgie / Neuromonitoring

Meeting Abstract (DI.06.02)

Epilepsy surgery in patients with focal cortical dysplasia using neuronavigational guidance and intraoperative high-field MRI

Sommer B, Hamer HM, Blümcke I, Buchfelder M, Roessler K
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Meeting Abstract (DI.06.03)

Resective surgery for medically refractory epilepsy using intraoperative MR imaging and functional neuronavigation: A single center experience of 415 patients

Rössler K, Hofmann A, Sommer B, Hamer HM, Blümcke I, Buchfelder M
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Meeting Abstract (DI.06.04)

Preliminary study on the clinical application of the new VP Reveal system in brain tumor surgery

Juratli TA, Zolal A, Schackert G, Krex D
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Meeting Abstract (DI.06.05)

TMS recruitment curve and cortical silent period analysis: a sensitive tool to detect imminent motor deficits in brain tumor patients

Bährend I, Rosenstock T, Mikhailov M, Vajkoczy P, Picht T
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Meeting Abstract (DI.06.06)

Subdural/subarachnoid air collection during surgery in the sitting position unpredictably influences MEP monitoring

Gasimov T, Bockermann V, Rohde V
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Meeting Abstract (DI.06.07)

Continuous dynamic mapping of the corticospinal tract during surgery of motor eloquent intra-axial brain tumors

Seidel K, Beck J, Schucht P, Raabe A
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Meeting Abstract (DI.06.08)

Prevalence of complications in concurrent intraoperative neuromonitoring and ioMRI

Bozinov O, Burkhardt JK, Neidert M, Fierstra J, Regli L, Sarnthein J
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Meeting Abstract (DI.06.09)

Preoperative neurocognitive evaluation of brain tumor patients with minor neurological dysfunctions

Hendrix P, Hans E, Oertel J, Karbach J
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Meeting Abstract (DI.06.10)

Neurophysiological investigation of patient with postherpetic neuralgia treated with Spinal Cord Stimulation (SCS)

Anetsberger S, Ahmadi R, Unterberg A, Treede RD, Shuh-Hofer S
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