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|Eligible Ages||18 Years - 70 Years|
Inclusion Criteria:1, patients with glioma near or on the language function area that have the necessity to undergo awake craniotomy and language function identification during tumor resection.
Exclusion Criteria:1. patients with incompleted monitoring procedures; 2. paitents without data of the pre-and postoperative resting state MRI, diffuison tensor image and functional MRI.
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|Beijing Neurosurgical Institute|
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|Principal Investigator Affiliation||Beijing Neurosurgical Institute|
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|Overall Status||Not yet recruiting|
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This study concentrates on patient who has type II language area glioma occupation. The investigators designed new surgical plan which is using monopolar stimulator to determine and retain the tumor margin within 5 mm from the posterior superior longitudinal fasciculus or posterior arcuate fasciculus. For the tradiitional surgical plan, the investigators use bipolar stimulator according to the current standard surgery plan. After they positive points are identified by stimulator, the positive points are retained to preserve the motor function while all the negative points of the tumor are resected. This study is to determine whether the new surgical plan is more suitable for type II language area glioma occupation.
Experimental: new surgical plan group
The investigators use a monopolar stimulator to determine and retain the tumor margin within 5mm in the sensitive area which is posterior superior longitudinal fasciculus or posterior arcuate fasciculus.
Active Comparator: traditional surgical plan group
The investigators use bipolar stimulator according to the current standard surgery plan. After the positive points are identified, those points would be retained to avoiding language function impairment after the tumor resection.
Procedure: - Awake craniotomy
Randomly select 30 participants to implement new surgical plan, which is using a monopolar stimulator to determine positive function sites and save tumors within 5 mm of the posterior superior longitudinal fasciculus/arcuate fasciculus
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