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[Functional magnetic resonance imaging before motor cortex stimulation for phantom limb pain].
Koppelstaetter, F; Siedentopf, CM; Rhomberg, P; Lechner-Steinleitner, S; Mottaghy, FM; Eisner, W; Golaszewski, SM;
NERVENARZT. 2007; 78(12): 1435-1439.
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PMU-Autor/inn/en

Golaszewski Stefan

Abstract

This study deals with the diagnostic value of functional magnetic resonance imaging ( fMRI) in a patient with phantom limb pain following traumatic amputation of the right arm. After failure with medication, resection of stump neurinoma, and spinal cord stimulation, fMRI with evidence of cortical reorganization was performed. Tactile stimulation of the perioral region and motor imagery with cranial, tactile stimulation of the stump led to a caudal shift in fMRI activity. Subsequent motor cortex stimulation brought relief from the pain. By detecting cortical reorganization, fMRI contributes to the indication for motor cortex stimulation for phantom pain and aids in electrode positioning.


Useful keywords (using NLM MeSH Indexing)

Deep Brain Stimulation/methods*

Humans

Magnetic Resonance Imaging/methods*

Male

Middle Aged

Motor Cortex*

Phantom Limb/diagnosis*

Phantom Limb/therapy*

Treatment Outcome


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