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Journal Articles

Below are published references regarding the statements on the clinical evidence section:

1. Implementation and preliminary clinical experience with the use of ceiling mounted mobilehigh field intraoperative magnetic resonance imaging between two operating rooms.
*Chicoine MR, Lim CC, Evans JA et al. Acta Neurochir Suppl. 2011; 109:97-102

 

2. * Dual-room 1.5-T intraoperative magnetic resonance imaging suite with a movable magnet: implementation and preliminary experience.
*Chen X, Xu BN, Meng X et al. Neurosurg Rev. 2012 Jan; 35(1):95-109

 

3. *Database at Washington University and Barnes-Jewish Hospital, St. Louis, MO (Not published, 444 patients)

 

4. Intraoperative magnetic resonance imaging to determine the extent of resection of pituitary macroadenomas during transsphenoidal microsurgery.
Bohinski RJ, Warnick RE, Gaskill-Shipley MF et al. Neurosurgery. 2001 Nov;49(5):1133-43

 

5. Clinical evaluation and follow-up results for intraoperative magnetic resonance imaging in neurosurgery
Wirtz CR, Knauth M, Staubert A, et al. Neurosurgery. 2000 May;46(5):1112-20; discussion 1120-2

 

6. The use of intraoperative MRI for the treatment of glioblastoma multiforme.
Lenaburg HJ, Inkabi KE, Vitaz TW. Technol Cancer Res Treat. 2009 Apr;8(2):159-62

 

7. Intraoperative MR imaging increases the extent of tumor resection in patients with high-grade gliomas.
Knauth M, Wirtz CR, Tronnier VM, et al. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol. 1999 Oct;20(9):1642-6

 

8. Impact of intraoperative high-field magnetic resonance imaging guidance on glioma surgery: a prospective volumetric analysis.
Hatiboglu MA, Weinberg JS, Suki D, et al. Neurosurgery. 2009 Jun;64(6):1073-81

 

9. * 3.0T iMRI Guided Resection in Cerebral Glioma Surgery: Interim Analysis of a Prospective Randomized, Triple-Blind, Parallel-controlled Trial.
Wu Jin-Song, Gong Xiu, Song Yan-Yan, et al. Neurosurgery. 2014; 61:145-154.

 

10. * Use of high-field intraoperative magnetic resonance imaging to enhance the extent of resection of enhancing and nonenhancing gliomas.
Mohammadi AM, Sullivan TB, Barnett GH, et. al. Neurosurgery. 2014 Apr;74(4):339-48

* Studies using VISIUS Surgical Theatre


The following are additional articles presenting evidence on the value of intraoperative MRI in neurosurgery:

Combined high-field intraoperative magnetic resonance imaging and endoscopy increase extent of resection and progression-free survival for pituitary tumors. 
Sylvester PT, Evans JA, Zipfel GJ et al. Pituitary. 2015 Feb;18(1):72-85.

 

Role of extent of resection in the long-term outcome of low-grade hemispheric gliomas. 

Smith JS, Chang EF, Lamborn KR, et al. J Clin Oncol. 2008 Mar 10;26(8):1338-45

 

Extent of resection as a predictor of survival in a modern series of low-grade gliomas: a volumetric analysis.
Orina JN, Meyer F, Parney I. Presentation at American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS) 2014 Annual Meeting.

 

Intraoperative magnetic resonance imaging to reduce the rate of early reoperation for lesion resection in pediatric neurosurgery.
Shah MN, Leonard JR, Inder G, Gao F, et al. J Neurosurg Pediatr. 2012 Mar;9(3):259-64

 

*Clinical experience of 3T intraoperative magnetic resonance imaging integrated neurosurgical suite in Shanghai Huashan Hospital.
Qiu TM1, Yao CJ, Wu JS, et al. Chin Med J (Engl). 2012 Dec;125(24):4328-33