Ultrasound-guided Brain Cavernoma Surgery


Authors: P. Linzer 1;  M. Filip 1;  F. Šámal 1;  P. Jurek 1;  D. Školoudík 2,3
Authors‘ workplace: Neurochirurgické oddělení Krajské nemocnice T. Bati ve Zlíně, a. s. 1;  Neurologická klinika LF OU a FN Ostrava 2;  Neurologická klinika LF UP a FN Olomouc 3
Published in: Cesk Slov Neurol N 2013; 76/109(2): 203-206
Category: Short Communication

Overview

Cavernomas are regarded as brain lesions suitable for intra-operative 2D or 3D ultrasound imaging. Sonographically, cavernomas appear as hyperechoic lesions with heterogeneous inner structure well separated from the normal brain structures. Therefore, ultrasound ima­ging can be used for intra-operative localisation, planning of surgical approach and control of resection completeness. For the purpose of this study, intra-operative ultrasound images of 12 patients surgically treated for brain cavernomas at the Neurosurgical department KNTB in Zlin between 2007 and 2012 were evaluated. Patients were categorized in three groups according to the quality of intra-operative ultrasound imaging. Results of this study indicate that brain cavenoma is suitable for intra-operative ultrasound navigation and resection mana­gement.

Key words:
cavernoma – sonography


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