- In 41% of all cases in the Washington University School of Medicine study and in 48.9% of all cases included in the study at PLA 301 Hospital, the surgeon modified the surgical procedure based upon the intraoperative MR imaging information provided by the IMRIS suite.
- Gross/near total tumor resection was achieved in 93% of patients with gliomas in the Washington University School of Medicine study, compared with 65% for procedures that did not utilize the intraoperative MR imaging capabilities in the same timeframe.
- Gross/near total tumor resection was achieved in 76.9% of the pituitary adenoma procedures in the PLA 301 Hospital preliminary clinical experience which compared with 38.5% of the procedures having achieved gross/near total tumor resection prior to the intraoperative MR imaging.
- From clinical experience with 120 patients, the University of Calgary Foothills Hospital study found that intraoperative imaging resulted in modification to surgery in a substantial number of patients and concluded that intraoperative imaging at 3.0T is safe, reliable and capable of directing image guided surgery with exceptional image quality.
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