D J Sessanna

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Advanced display technologies have made the virtual exploration of relatively complex models feasible in many applications. Unfortunately, only a few human interfaces allow natural interaction with the environment. Moreover, in surgical applications, such realistic interaction requires real-time rendering of volumetric data-placing an overwhelming(More)
This paper describes an interdisciplinary effort to simulate and visualize the mechanisms involved in compression neuropathies, specifically tissue deformation occurring during vaginal delivery. These neuropathies often evolve into chronic pelvic pain. We present our methodologies of using high resolution magnetic resonance acquisitions from submillimeter(More)
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