I-MiND is an expansion of a three-year educational grant IMRIS made to collect information on more than 700 cases from 2008-2011 at Washington University. This led to the first published papers on use of the IMRIS iMRI for awake craniotomies in 2011. Key excerpts from this study show the VISIUS iMRI improves tumor resection and enhances safety in terms of airway control, monitoring and head fixation with the intent of improving precision, efficacy and safety of the neurosurgical procedure.Inside a VISIUS Surgical Theatre, neurosurgeons have on-demand access to real-time and diagnostic quality MR imaging and data at any or multiple points during the procedure. The surgeon can visualize, evaluate and confirm results while modifying treatment without case interruption.
Washington University Hospital Enrolls First Patient In IMRI Database Expansion
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