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Erratum to: MR-guided focused ultrasound technique in functional neurosurgery:targeting accuracy
Journal of Therapeutic Ultrasound volume 1, Article number: 17 (2013)
The authors would like to highlight the overlap in the Background, Methods andDiscussions sections between their article in the Journal of TherapeuticUltrasound and their previous publication in Neurosurgical Focus, published and copyrighted by the American Association of Neurosurgeons.The novel aspects of this article  are the demonstration of the applicability and usefulness of the targetreconstruction method described in , a quantification of target volumes using two novel approaches, and thepublication, in the developing therapeutic focused ultrasound internationalenvironment, of the largest (30 targets) targeting accuracy analysis of MR-guidedfocused technique in functional neurosurgery. Table 1 in the article in  has been adapted from Table 1 in the Neurosurgical Focus article . Figure 1 in  is also a composite of Figures 2 and 3 in . We apologise to both Publishers, Editors-in-Chiefs of the journals andreaders.
Moser D, Zadicario D, Schiff G, Jeanmonod D: MR-guided focused ultrasound technique in functional neurosurgery: targetingaccuracy. J Ther Ultrasound. 2013, 1: 3-10.1186/2050-5736-1-3.
Moser D, Zadicario D, Schiff G, Jeanmonod D: Measurement of targeting accuracy in focused ultrasound functionalneurosurgery. Neurosurgial Focus. 2012, 32 (1): E3-10.3171/2011.10.FOCUS11252.
The online version of the original article can be found at 10.1186/2050-5736-1-3
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Moser, D., Zadicario, E., Schiff, G. et al. Erratum to: MR-guided focused ultrasound technique in functional neurosurgery:targeting accuracy. J Ther Ultrasound 1, 17 (2013). https://doi.org/10.1186/2050-5736-1-17