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India's first 3T Intraoperative MRI installed at Yashoda Hospitals

Visakhapatnam, May 16 (UNI) The Yashoda Hospitals group, Hyderabad has installed India's first 3T Intraoperative MRI (iMRI),a revolution in Brain Tumour Surgeries. This most advanced iMRI, which helps to change the way current brain tumour surgery, has made brain surgeries unprecedentedly accurate, safe and avoided the need for multiple re-surgeries recently.
Addressing media, Senior Neurosurgeon of the Yashoda Hospitals Dr Anandh Balasubramaniam said the state of the art iMRI helps completely to change the way current brain tumour surgery was performed and emerged as a great support for central nervous system tumour treatment.
The Intraoperative iMRI would provide real time images during brain surgery and taking advantage of iMRI facility, surgeons at Yashoda Group of Hospitals have completed 100 complicated Brain surgeries during the last couple of months.
It was used by the neurosurgeons to visualize the patient's brain during surgery without the need to move the patient out of the operation theatre area.This cutting-edge technology helped to create accurate pictures of the brain that guided the neurosurgeons. It allowed them to detect abnormal tissues and remove brain tumours safely and effectively in a single setting. "The brain often shifts during a surgery, which makes pre-surgical imaging inaccurate. Intraoperative MRI gives us the most accurate real-time images of the brain," the Neurosurgeon said.
Executive Vice-President of the Yashoda Hospitals Dr.Chandrasekhar said Intraoperative MRI helps to confirm that the entire brain tumour is removed completely and safely.The operating threate at Yashoda Hospitals Neurosurgery department is specially designed and equipped with the most technically advanced iMRI.

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