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By Martin J. Citardi

This state of the art reference provides the newest advancements in computer-aided surgical procedure (CAS) for otorhinolaryngology-head and neck surgical procedure. this article emphasizes the medical functions of CAS and offers a imaginative and prescient for the mixing of CAS into medical otorhinolaryngology-head and neck surgical procedure. The scope of this publication comprises simple CAS rules in addition to suggestions for using CAS in particular techniques. CAS surgical navigation (also often called image-guidance) for sinus surgical procedure is largely reviewed. incorporates a disk showcasing certain colour photos of figures displayed within the textual content! info the most recent functions of CAS, together with surgical navigation (and photograph counsel) for rhinology (sinus surgery), neuro-otology, head and neck surgical procedure, and craniomaxillofacial surgical procedure! supplying new recommendations and basic rules, Computer-Aided Otorhinolaryngology-Head and Neck surgical procedure covers ·paradigms for using CAS ·historical views ·registration ·intraoperative magnetic resonance scanner know-how ·views for neurosurgery and neuroradiology ·Internet-enabled surgical procedure ·digital imaging ·computer-aided transsphenoidal hypophysectomy ·tumor modeling ·virtual endoscopy and digital truth simulators ·software-enabled cephalometrics ·computer-aided maxillofacial fracture fix ·new functions less than improvement Discussing serious advances in surgical functions of semiconductor-based expertise, Computer-Aided Otorhinolaryngology-Head and Neck surgical procedure is a useful resource for otolaryngologists, ENT-subspecialists, head and neck surgeons, oral and maxillofacial surgeons, plastic surgeons, ophthalmologists, radiologists, neurosurgeons and craniomaxillofacial surgeons, and scientific scholars, citizens, and fellows in those disciplines.

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Described an electromagnetic digitizer for used in computerassisted neurosurgery in 1991 [9]. Preoperatively, plastic tubes filled with contrast material were placed at four points for a fiducial reference system, and a CT or MRI scan was obtained. Slices of 5 mm thickness were obtained, and a maximum of 24 image slices could be loaded into the computer system. In the operating room, a magnetic field source was attached to the patient, and a sensing probe was used to calibrate the patient’s position.

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