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Abstract Cognitive decline is common among patients with low- and high-grade glioma and can significantly impact quality of life. Although cognitive outcomes have been studied after therapeutic interventions such as surgery and radiation, it is important to understand the impact of the disease...
Malignant glioma, Glioma, Cognition, Functional mapping Cognitive dysfunction is an all too common finding in patients with low- and high-grade gliomas. Such deficits arise both from the natural course of the disease and as consequences of therapeutic interventions. The review article “A...
Abstract BACKGROUND Gliomas are often in close proximity to functional regions of the brain; therefore, electrocortical stimulation (ECS) mapping is a common technique utilized during glioma resection to identify functional areas. Stimulation-induced seizure (SIS) remains the most common reason...
Abstract Intraoperative language mapping of tumor and peritumor tissue is a well-established technique for avoiding permanent neurological deficits and maximizing extent of resection. Although there are several components of language that may be tested intraoperatively (eg, naming, writing,...
Abstract Safely maximizing extent of resection has become the central goal in glioma surgery. Especially in eloquent cortex, the goal of maximal resection is balanced with neurological risk. As new technologies emerge in the field of neurosurgery, the standards for maximal safe resection have...
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