Marcin Majak

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OBJECTIVE To evaluate the accuracy of craniomaxillofacial resections performed with an image-guided surgical sagittal saw. MATERIAL AND METHODS Twenty-four craniomaxillofacial resections were performed using an image-guided sagittal saw. Surgical outcomes were compared with a preoperative virtual plan in terms of the resected bone volume, control point(More)
PURPOSE The need for a widely accepted method suitable for a multicentre quantitative evaluation of facial aesthetics after surgical treatment of cleft lip and palate (CLP) has been emphasized for years. The aim of this study was to validate a novel computer system 'Analyse It Doc' (A.I.D.) as a tool for objective anthropometric analysis of the nasolabial(More)
The aim of this study was to perform an objective assessment of the accuracy of mandibular osteotomy simulations performed using an image-guided sagittal saw. A total of 16 image-guided mandibular osteotomies were performed on four prefabricated anatomical models according to the virtual plan. Postoperative computed tomography (CT) image data were fused(More)
PURPOSE The aim of this study was to use a novel system, 'Analyse It Doc' (A.I.D.) for a complex anthropometric analysis of the nasolabial region in patients with repaired unilateral complete cleft lip and palate and in healthy individuals. MATERIALS AND METHODS A set of standardized facial photographs in frontal, lateral and submental view have been(More)
The paper concerns progresses on developing a system for individual planning and aiding oncological surgeries in the maxillo-facial area. The surgery consists of two phases: resective and reconstructive. State of the art is that these two phases are performed as disconnected operations separated with procedure of planning and producing an individual implant(More)
The aim of this work was to develop a new computer system to support oncologic surgery in the maxillo-facial area (Maxillo-Facial Surgery System). The system applies DICOM data (Magnetic Resonance Imaging - MRI and Computed Tomography - CT scans) during the phase of virtual planning of surgical scenario, to identify the location and spatial geometry of(More)
The aim of this work was to develop a tool for X-ray based planning of implant-prosthetic treatment for oncological patients after post-resective maxilla or mandible reconstruction. To extend the possibilities of the currently developed system, in cooperation with oncologists and dentists we designed a module of qualitative analysis of pre and postoperative(More)
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