An interactive simulation environment for craniofacial surgical procedures.

@article{Morris2005AnIS,
  title={An interactive simulation environment for craniofacial surgical procedures.},
  author={Dan Morris and Sabine Girod and Federico Barbagli and Kenneth J Salisbury},
  journal={Studies in health technology and informatics},
  year={2005},
  volume={111},
  pages={334-41}
}
Recent advances in medical imaging and surgical techniques have made possible the correction of severe facial deformities and fractures. Surgical correction techniques often involve the direct manipulation - both relocation and surgical fracture - of the underlying facial bone. The work presented here introduces an environment for interactive, visuohaptic simulation of craniofacial surgical procedures, with an emphasis on both mandibular distraction procedures and traditional orthognathic… CONTINUE READING
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