Image-based navigation for functional endoscopic sinus surgery using structure from motion

@inproceedings{Lonard2016ImagebasedNF,
  title={Image-based navigation for functional endoscopic sinus surgery using structure from motion},
  author={Simon L{\'e}onard and Austin Reiter and Ayushi Sinha and Masaru Ishii and Russell H. Taylor and Gregory Hager},
  booktitle={SPIE Medical Imaging},
  year={2016}
}
Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery (FESS) is a challenging procedure for otolaryngologists and is the main surgical approach for treating chronic sinusitis, to remove nasal polyps and open up passageways. To reach the source of the problem and to ultimately remove it, the surgeons must often remove several layers of cartilage and tissues. Often, the cartilage occludes or is within a few millimeters of critical anatomical structures such as nerves, arteries and ducts. To make FESS safer… 
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