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Neuropraxis

, Volume 7, Issue 6, pp 179–186 | Cite as

Het gebruik van functionele MRI bij hersenoperaties

  • Geert-Jan Rutten
  • Nick Ramsey
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Abstract

Het doel van hersenchirurgie is het zodanig behandelen van een pathologische afwijking (bijvoorbeeld een tumor of epilepsie) dat de overleving en/of de kwaliteit van leven toeneemt. Een dergelijke operatie mag echter nooit blijvende en ernstige functiestoornissen tot gevolg hebben. Dit vereist, naast een gedetailleerde kennis van de anatomie, kennis over de ligging van hersengebieden die een belangrijke en onmisbare rol spelen bij sensorische, motorische of cognitieve functies. Inmiddels is informatie van structureel beeldvormende technieken als ct of mri een vanzelfsprekende voorwaarde geworden bij elke hersenoperatie. Er bestaan echter momenteel geen technieken die op een vergelijkbare snelle en routinematige manier betrouwbare informatie kunnen geven over functioneel belangrijke hersengebieden.

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