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000101536 245__ $$aImage-guided surgical microscope with mounted minitracker
000101536 269__ $$a2007
000101536 260__ $$c2007
000101536 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000101536 520__ $$aA new image-guided microscope using augmented reality overlays has been developed. Unlike other systems, the novelty of our design consists in mounting a precise mini and low-cost tracker directly on the microscope to track the motion of the surgical tools and the patient. Correctly scaled cut-views of the pre-operative computed tomography (CT) stack can be displayed on the overlay, orthogonal to the optical view or even including the direction of a clinical tool. Moreover, the system can manage three-dimensional models for tumours or bone structures and allows interaction with them using virtual tools, showing trajectories and distances. The mean error of the overlay was 0.7 mm. Clinical accuracy has shown results of 1.1–1.8 mm.
000101536 6531_ $$aSurgery
000101536 6531_ $$aComputer Assisted
000101536 6531_ $$aOtorhinolaryngologic
000101536 6531_ $$aSurgical Procedures
000101536 700__ $$aCaversaccio, Marco
000101536 700__ $$0240728$$aGarcia-Giraldez, Jaime$$g144397
000101536 700__ $$aGonzalez-Ballester, Miguel A.
000101536 700__ $$aMarti, Gaëtan
000101536 773__ $$j121$$k2$$q160-162$$tJournal of Laryngology & Otology
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000101536 937__ $$aLSRO-ARTICLE-2007-002
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