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This study seeks to understand the patient perceptions of awake craniotomies.
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Open for enrollment
The purpose of this study is to examine the clinical utility of high frequency oscillations (HFOs) as an electrophysiological phenotypic surrogate of glioma-related seizures.
Closed-enrolling by invitation
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The purpose of this study is to compare local and general anesthesia (Awake vs. Asleep Craniotomy) in the removal of brain tumors that are in areas of the brain that do not directly control bodily functions (non-eloquent gliomas).
The purpose of this study is to use a patient monitoring application that monitors physiological data, psychosocial data, and responses to survey questions collected during a one month pre and three and six month postoperative observation period.
Closed for enrollment
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