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CT intracranial localization with a new marker system

Summary

Application of a new CT localization system for intracranial lesions in pre- and intraoperative guidance is described. This system consists of air grooves within an acrylic plate for CT examinations and a duplicate plate with wires in place of air grooves for scout radiography. This new device can also be applied in stereotaxic surgery or in radiotherapy planning.

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Lee, S.H., Villafana, T. & Lapayowker, M.S. CT intracranial localization with a new marker system. Neuroradiology 16, 570–571 (1978). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00395364

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Keywords

  • Public Health
  • Localization System
  • Marker System
  • Radiotherapy Planning
  • Intracranial Lesion