Model-based correction of tissue compression for tracked ultrasound in soft tissue image-guided surgery.

@article{Pheiffer2014ModelbasedCO,
  title={Model-based correction of tissue compression for tracked ultrasound in soft tissue image-guided surgery.},
  author={Thomas S. Pheiffer and Reid Carleton Thompson and Daniel Caleb Rucker and Amber L. Simpson and Michael I. Miga},
  journal={Ultrasound in medicine & biology},
  year={2014},
  volume={40 4},
  pages={788-803}
}
Acquisition of ultrasound data negatively affects image registration accuracy during image-guided therapy because of tissue compression by the probe. We present a novel compression correction method that models sub-surface tissue displacement resulting from application of a tracked probe to the tissue surface. Patient landmarks are first used to register the probe pose to pre-operative imaging. The ultrasound probe geometry is used to provide boundary conditions to a biomechanical model of the… CONTINUE READING

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