Letter: Microsurgical and Fiber Tract Anatomy of the Nucleus Accumbens

Letter: Microsurgical and Fiber Tract Anatomy of the Nucleus Accumbens CORRESPONDENCE TOPIC CORRESPONDENCE 6-8 (ALIC), lateral to head of the caudate nucleus, and the ALIC Microsurgical and Fiber Tract Anatomy of the 6,8 is often targeted simultaneously with the NA for DBS. Nucleus Accumbens Oxymoronically, the 2 previously mentioned articles regarding To the Editor: NA DBS, which were cited by Baydin et al, describe a trajectory I read with considerable interest the recent article by Baydin et to the NA through the ALIC and not through the caudate al regarding the microsurgical and fiber tract anatomy of the 4,5 nucleus. Another reason to avoid passing through the caudate nucleus accumbens (NA). These authors aimed to examine the nucleus, mentioned also by Baydin et al, is the possibility of anatomy and connections of the NA using a fiber dissection cognitive deficits such as memory impairment due to micro- technique and identified 8 tracts that form a capsule around the trauma to the caudate. NA. They also studied the subcortical gray matter related to 1 1 the NA. Additionally, Baydin et al used magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) with 1-mm slices to define neuronavigation coordinates of the NA and studied a trajectory from the cranial surface to the NA. The purpose of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Operative Neurosurgery Oxford University Press

Letter: Microsurgical and Fiber Tract Anatomy of the Nucleus Accumbens

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Congress of Neurological Surgeons
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Copyright © 2016 by the Congress of Neurological Surgeons
ISSN
2332-4252
eISSN
2332-4260
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10.1227/NEU.0000000000001423
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Abstract

CORRESPONDENCE TOPIC CORRESPONDENCE 6-8 (ALIC), lateral to head of the caudate nucleus, and the ALIC Microsurgical and Fiber Tract Anatomy of the 6,8 is often targeted simultaneously with the NA for DBS. Nucleus Accumbens Oxymoronically, the 2 previously mentioned articles regarding To the Editor: NA DBS, which were cited by Baydin et al, describe a trajectory I read with considerable interest the recent article by Baydin et to the NA through the ALIC and not through the caudate al regarding the microsurgical and fiber tract anatomy of the 4,5 nucleus. Another reason to avoid passing through the caudate nucleus accumbens (NA). These authors aimed to examine the nucleus, mentioned also by Baydin et al, is the possibility of anatomy and connections of the NA using a fiber dissection cognitive deficits such as memory impairment due to micro- technique and identified 8 tracts that form a capsule around the trauma to the caudate. NA. They also studied the subcortical gray matter related to 1 1 the NA. Additionally, Baydin et al used magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) with 1-mm slices to define neuronavigation coordinates of the NA and studied a trajectory from the cranial surface to the NA. The purpose of

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Operative NeurosurgeryOxford University Press

Published: Dec 1, 2016

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