Massimiliano Tuveri

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The aim of the virtual vascular project (ViVa) is to develop tools for the modern hemodynamicist and cardiovascular surgeon to study and interpret the constantly increasing amount of information being produced by noninvasive imaging equipment. In particular, we are developing a system able to process and visualize three-dimensional (3-D) medical data,(More)
We present an experimental catheter insertion simulation system that provides users co-registered haptic and head-tracked stereoscopic visual feedback. The system works on patient-specific volumetric data acquired using standard medical imaging modalities. The actual needle insertion operation is simulated for individual patients, rather than being an(More)
INTRODUCTION Metastatic neoplasms to the thyroid gland are rare in clinical practice. Clear cell renal carcinoma is the most frequent site of origin of thyroid metastases and represents 12 to 34% of all secondary thyroid tumors. Tumor-to-tumor metastases, in which a thyroid neoplasm is the recipient of a metastasis, are exceedingly rare. We report a case of(More)
Virtual angioscopy is a non invasive medical procedure for exploring parts of the human vascular system. We have developed an interactive tool that takes as input data acquired with standard medical imaging modalities and regards it as a virtual environment to be interactively inspected. The system supports real-time navigation with stereoscopic direct(More)
We have developed an experimental catheter insertion system supporting head-tracked stereoscopic viewing of volumetric reconstruction registered with direct haptic 3D interaction. The system takes as input patient data acquired with standard medical imaging modalities and regards it as a visual and haptic environment whose parameters are defined using(More)
In this paper a novel framework for the segmentation, 3D reconstruction and web distribution of vessel structures specifically tailored to the assessment of abdominal aortic aneurysms for endovascular surgery planning is presented. Deformable models are used for segmentation, while VRML97 and ECMA scripting are used to obtain models that are not only(More)
BACKGROUND The ease by which the Internet is able to distribute information to geographically-distant users on a wide variety of computers makes it an obvious candidate for a technological solution for electronic patient record systems. Indeed, second-generation Internet technologies such as the ones described in this article--XML (eXtensible Markup(More)
In this paper we describe a new system for the 3D reconstruction and distribution on the net of models for vessels structures. The system is specifically designed to support measurements of medical interest. We describe 2D and 3D segmentation methods implemented and the procedure used to build interactive VRML97 models. The experimental section presents a(More)
Descriviamo un sistema di cartella clinica elettronica che utilizza tecnologie internet di seconda generazione, tra le 1. Introduzione Come parte della modernizzazione dei loro servizi di sanita' pubblica, molte nazioni europee stanno pianificando l'introduzione di sistemi elettronici di cartella clinica (EPR). Nel Regno Unito per esempio, un recente report(More)