volume 27, issue 1, P108-110 2012
DOI: 10.3109/02688697.2012.714014
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Abstract: Given their highly eloquent location, surgical morbidity of brainstem cavernomas (BSCs) remain significant. Currently, there are no clinical factors or imaging techniques that can reliably predict post-operative motor improvement. Diffusion-tensor imaging (DTI) might have some prognostic value. We present a case supporting the use of DTI as predictor of motor recovery following brainstem surgery.

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