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The Clinical Value of Multimodal Neural Navigation Technology Combined with Electrophysiological Technique for the Surgery of Skull Base Tumors
Pages: 218-220
Year: Issue:  3
Journal: Neural Injury and Functional Reconstruction

Abstract: Objective:To investigate the clinical value of multimodal neural navigation technology combined with electrophysiological techniques for the surgery of skull base tumors.Methods:Twenty-six patients with skull base tumors were performed preoperative multimodal image fusion of MRI,CT and MRA examination,three-dimensional reconstruction of the lesion,real-time navigation intraoperative surgical resection.Seventeen cases of the patients were attached 6 MARKs in the vicinity of the skull base.Whether the shift occurred was checked before the opening flap and after the resection of lesions.The cranial nerve electrophysiological was monitored in the entire process to protect the relevant cranial nerves.Results:Multimodal neural navigation technology combined with electrophysiological monitoring was effective and accurate in positioning tumor tissue and surrounding structures.19 patients(73.1%) received total resection,4 cases (15.4%) with subtotal resection,and 3 cases (11.5%) with most resection.All the patients have beeen followed up for 6 to 32 months and the Karnofsky Performance Status (KPS) score of long-term quality of life was 80 to 100 points,including three cases of recurrence.Conclusion:Multimodal neural navigation technology can provide general imaging information,help guide the preoperative surgical incision and rational design,approachs for brain function structure.
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