12/08/2017 at 1:17 PM #3849
after correctly normalizing MRI volumes ( pre-operative T1-T2 and post-operative T1) I’ve always got the following error while trying to reconstruct electrode trajectories:
“Undefined function or variable ‘cfg_util_persistent’.
Error in cfg_util (line 433)
[c0, jobs] = cfg_util_persistent;
Error in spm_jobman (line 246)
cjob = cfg_util(‘initjob’, mljob);
Error in ea_runtraccore (line 29)
Error in ea_autocoord (line 199)
Error in ea_run (line 96)
Error in lead_dbs>run_button_Callback (line 187)
Error in gui_mainfcn (line 95)
Error in lead_dbs (line 43)
Error while evaluating UIControl Callback. ”
May anyone help me? Thanks in advance
Vincenzo12/08/2017 at 4:26 PM #3850andreashornKeymaster
I think this is an SPM issue – likely helpful to reinstall the newest version of SPM 12 and make sure that SPM runs smoothly.
Best Andy12/10/2017 at 6:10 PM #3857
Thank you Andy, problem solved! everything runs properly now.
After a few well-done
reconstructions, though, I’ve got a new error during the pre-reconstruction phase ( this time I was using a preoperative T1 MRI and postoperative T1 MRI):
” Error using ea_reconstruct_trajectory (line 222)
Mask out of bounds! Must have lost trajectory…
Please try a different ‘Mask window size’ or try manual mode by setting ‘Entrypoint for Target’
Any idea about the cause? and how to fix it?
Thanks again12/10/2017 at 6:18 PM #3858andreashornKeymaster
I think this is documented in the manual and the Lead-DBS paper, also there’s a hint in the error message: Try setting entrypoint to manual first. Sometimes you need a few tries to get the lead in. Sometimes setting mask window from auto to a value between ~7 and 25.
Best, Andy12/10/2017 at 6:23 PM #3859
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