Is the Automatic Midline Determination with the Midliner Really an Improvement in Ultrasound Diagnosis? — A Comparative Investigation of 1889 Cases

  • M. Klinger
  • G. Graef
  • Th. Grumme
  • K.-H. Hartmann
  • H. Hopman
  • E. Kazner
  • W. Meese
  • B. Vogel
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Neurosurgery book series (NEURO, volume 2)

Abstract

At the annual meeting of the German Neurosurgical society in Mainz last year, HOPMAN, KAZNER and VOGEL (12) reported on first results of the automatic midline determination. In order to establish the diagnostic value of this method of examination, there was a need for a large series of investigations. A co-operative study by several neurosurgical clinics promised to be the best way of reaching this goal in a relatively short time.

Keywords

Liner Meningioma Sorb 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • M. Klinger
  • G. Graef
  • Th. Grumme
  • K.-H. Hartmann
  • H. Hopman
  • E. Kazner
  • W. Meese
  • B. Vogel

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