Richard Bieck

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A common method to derive both qualitative and quantitative data to evaluate osseointegration of implants is histomorphometry. The present study describes a new image reconstruction algorithm comparing the results of bone-to-implant contact (BIC) evaluated by means of µCT with histomorphometry data. Custom-made conical titanium alloyed (Ti6Al4V) implants(More)
Minimally invasive surgery is a highly complex and technically demanding alternative to open surgery. Surgical procedures based on this method are characterized by small incisions and allow for a fast recovery of the patient. Such techniques are challenging for surgeons since they do not have a direct view of the surgical area. Systems that provide surgical(More)
The correct rotational alignment of the proximal and the distal bone fragments is an essential step in a long-bone deformity correction process. In order to plan the deformity correction, plain radiographs are conventionally used. But as three-dimensional information of the complex situation is not available, the correct amount of rotation can only be(More)
With each newly developed surgical assistance functionality, more information is available but also required in the operating room (OR). To prevent an information overload and support the surgical workflow, we propose a concept for a prioritized and consistent presentation of surgical information. We identify necessary tasks and requirements to present the(More)
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