Jacques Montreuil

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There are currently limitations associated with the prostate biopsy procedure, which is the most commonly used method for a definitive diagnosis of prostate cancer. With the use of two-dimensional (2D) transrectal ultrasound (TRUS) for needle-guidance in this procedure, the physician has restricted anatomical reference points for guiding the needle to(More)
To ensure accurate targeting and repeatability, 3D TRUS-guided biopsies require registration to determine coordinate transformations to (1) incorporate pre-procedure biopsy plans and (2) compensate for inter-session prostate motion and deformation between repeat biopsy sessions. We evaluated prostate surface- and image-based 3D-to-3D TRUS registration by(More)
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