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- CockpitComment: Cortical surface anatomy|Central sulcus on axial imaging|Surface anatomy of the cranium|Surface landmarks of spine levels|Cranial foramina and their contents|Internal capsule|Cerebellopontine angle anatomy|Occipitoatlantoaxial-complex anatomy|Spinal cord anatomy
Chapter 1. Collaborative Planning in Epilepsy Surgery, Selected From Operative Techniques in Epilepsy Surgery, 2e, Gordon H. Baltuch and Arthur Cukiert, 2020Source: Baltuch G, Cukiert A, ed. Operative Techniques In Epilepsy Surgery. 2nd Edition. Thieme; 2019. doi:10.1055/b-006-161158Comment: The planning of stereotactic electrode implantation for epilepsy treatment involves the manipulation of complex patient multimodal information by a collaborative multidisciplinary team. This requires a workflow in which patient data and stereotactic electrode information are shared back and forth between epileptologists and neurosurgeons in order to progressively refine the trajectories.
- CockpitComment: The sciatic nerve is the largest nerve in the human body. It originates from the L4–S3 nerve roots, exits the pelvis through the sciatic notch covered by the piriformis and gluteus maximus muscles, and courses between the hamstring muscles of the posterior thigh.
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