Computerized Graphic Display of Results of Subcortical Stimulation During Stereotactic Surgery
An on-line computer programme is described and illustrated whidK is capable of displaying graphically in the form of Woolsey-type figurine charts stimulation-induced responses obtained during stereotactic surgery. Not only can these data then be optimally utilized for lesion localization but also the programme includes facilities for a variety of types of analysis of the tape-stored data pooled from all patients studied.
KeywordsInferior Colliculus Lesion Site Auditory Pathway Computerize Graphic Toronto General Hospital
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