Computer-assisted navigation system in pediatric intranasal surgery.

  title={Computer-assisted navigation system in pediatric intranasal surgery.},
  author={Florence Postec and D. Bossard and François Disant and Patrick Froehlich},
  journal={Archives of otolaryngology--head & neck surgery},
  volume={128 7},
OBJECTIVES To introduce a computer-assisted navigation system and to evaluate its application in pediatric sinusonasal surgery. METHODS A commercially available wireless passive marker system that allows the calibration and tracking of virtually any instrument was adapted to children and used during pediatric endoscopic sinusonasal surgery. RESULTS The headset localizer that was initially used in computed tomographic scanning was not well accepted by children. Correlation of the… CONTINUE READING

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