DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT, AND EVALUATION OF A DISCRETELY ACTUATED STEERABLE CANNULA

@inproceedings{Ayvali2014DESIGNDA,
  title={DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT, AND EVALUATION OF A DISCRETELY ACTUATED STEERABLE CANNULA},
  author={Elif Ayvali},
  year={2014}
}
Title of dissertation: DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT, AND EVALUATION OF A DISCRETELY ACTUATED STEERABLE CANNULA Elif Ayvali, Doctor of Philosophy, 2014 Dissertation directed by: Professor Jaydev P. Desai Department of Mechanical Engineering Needle-based procedures require the guidance of the needle to a target region to deliver therapy or to remove tissue samples for diagnosis. During needle insertion, needle deflection occurs due to needle-tissue interaction which deviates the needle from its insertion… CONTINUE READING

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