### Table 4. Age and Side of Resection

"... In PAGE 17: ...17 In addition, age variables were examined with respect to side of resection. Both age at seizure onset and age at surgery were significant predictors of language outcome, but only for the right hemispherectomies ( Table4 ). There was a statistically significant positive correlation between age at seizure onset and SLR, and age at surgery and SLR for the right hemispherectomies (p = 0.... ..."

### Table 2 Permanent neurological deficit reported in the literature following surgery of gliomas performed using intraoperative electrical mapping

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### Table 5 Approximate Time Requirements for the Tasks in Image- guided Liver Surgery

### Table 1: Time required for planning four different cases.

"... In PAGE 9: ... The first data set, c014, indicated two tumors in the right liver lobe. As Table1 shows, labeling the recon- structed portal vein tree was not trivial, because branch- es between liver segments IV and V were too coarse. However, the surgeon decided to apply an extended right-sided hemihepatectomy.... In PAGE 10: ... Figure 9b shows the result of the anatomi- cal resection, which included segment IV. Table1 shows the time required to plan each patient. The surgeon spent most of the time (59 percent) on tree labeling.... ..."

### Table 1. Modifications and extensions of the theory of planned be Concept /

### Table 5: Liver surgery data with simulated outliers: MC3. For the log predictive score, ^ = 0:07. Predictive Coverage % is the percentage of observations in the performance set that fall in the 90% prediction interval.

1996

"... In PAGE 19: ... In total, 184 models were visited in 20,000 iterations of MC3. The models with the 10 highest posterior probabilities are shown in Table5 . The model with the highest posterior model probability includes the predictors X1, X2, X3 and the 5 simulated outliers.... ..."

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### Table 5. Side of Resection

"... In PAGE 18: ... Even though the developmental pathology group showed a trend in this direction (p=0.08), we can conclude that the effect of side resected is determined primarily by the linguistic outcomes in the group with acquired pathology (see Table5 ). The finding that the isolated left hemisphere outperforms the right in language is one we expected; however, once again, we see that etiology can interfere with establishment of the expected brain-language relation.... ..."

### Table 6: Liver surgery data with simulated outliers: Outlier posterior probability for each potential outlier, expressed as a percentage. The outlier posterior probability for observations 15, 19, 39, 43, 46, and 54 was approximately equal to 0. Observation #

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"... In PAGE 19: ... NWK also conclude that this is not a useful predictor. The outlier posterior probability for each potential outlier in given in Table6 . The simulated outliers (observations 1{5) were identi ed as outliers in over 70% of the models.... ..."

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