Volume 61 No 4  Cover Story

Magnetic resonance images (MRI) of bilateral stereotactic radiofrequency cingulotomy for patients with obsessive-compulsive disorders (OCD) shows that four lesions along two tracks were made on both side of the anterior cingulate gyrus (images of the upper row). Postoperative MRI which were taken 6 months after bilateral capsulotomy for patients with OCD with MRgFUS shows that there is no evidence of perilesional edema and the lesion was created exactly in the anterior limb of internal capsule (images of the lower row).