Design and evaluation of a system for microscope-assisted guided interventions (MAGI)

@article{Edwards1999DesignAE,
  title={Design and evaluation of a system for microscope-assisted guided interventions (MAGI)},
  author={Philip J. Edwards and Andrew P. King and Calvin R. Maurer and Darryl A. de Cunha and David J. Hawkes and Derek L. G. Hill and Ronald P. Gaston and Michael R. Fenlon and Subhash Chandra and Anthony J. Strong and Christopher L. Chandler and Aurelia Richards and Michael J. Gleeson},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging},
  year={1999},
  volume={19},
  pages={1082-1093}
}
The problem of providing surgical navigation using image overlays on the operative scene can be split into four main tasks-calibration of the optical system; registration of preoperative images to the patient; system and patient tracking, and display using a suitable visualization scheme. To achieve a convincing result in the magnified microscope view a very high alignment accuracy is required. The authors have simulated an entire image overlay system to establish the most significant sources… CONTINUE READING

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