Can coffee improve image guidance?

@inproceedings{Wirz2015CanCI,
  title={Can coffee improve image guidance?},
  author={R. Wirz and R. Lathrop and I. Godage and J. Burgner-Kahrs and P. Russell and R. Webster},
  booktitle={Medical Imaging},
  year={2015}
}
Anecdotally, surgeons sometimes observe large errors when using image guidance in endonasal surgery. We hypothesize that one contributing factor is the possibility that operating room personnel might accidentally bump the optically tracked rigid body attached to the patient after registration has been performed. In this paper we explore the registration error at the skull base that can be induced by simulated bumping of the rigid body, and find that large errors can occur when simulated bumps… Expand
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