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Doctors Make Personalized Brain Models

News   May 30, 2018 | Original Story from the Society for Neuroscience

 
Virtual Brain Models Brain Tumor Progression, Effects of Surgery

Structural brain network in a brain tumor patient from the study. Different brain regions are depicted as spheres, whose size indicates the relative importance within the network. The strength and direction of the structural links between them is represented by different colors and width. The brain tumor, a large meningioma, is the orange mass. Credit: Hannelore Aerts, University of Ghent. CC-BY

 
 
 

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