Acute Global Structural and Diffusivity Changes Following Treatment with MRgFUS
Kain Kyle1,2, Yael Barnett3, Stephen Tisch3, Ben Jonker3, Arkiev D'Souza1, Jerome Maller4, Michael Barnett1,2, Joel Maamary3, and Chenyu Wang1,2
1University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia, 2Sydney Neuroimaging Analysis Centre, Sydney, Australia, 3St Vincent's Hospital Sydney, Sydney, Australia, 4GE Healthcare Australia, Melbourne, Australia
MRgFUS is a non-invasive procedure for the treatment of tremor, involving the application of high-energy ultrasound waves to ablate tissue in the brain in regions implicated in tremor networks. There is a lack of data on the acute changes outside the ablated region following treatment with MRgFUS. This investigation sought to examine changes in brain volume and diffusion tensor metrics following treatment with MRgFUS.
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