Navigation by parallax in three-dimensional space during fluoroscopy: application in guide wire-directed axillary/subclavian vein puncture.

  • Ernest Lau
  • Published 2007 in Pacing and clinical electrophysiology : PACE


BACKGROUND Fluoroscopy is range ambiguous--the relative positions in three-dimensional space of two structures with superimposed silhouettes cannot be ascertained. The parallax effect can be used to overcome this problem, and was used to develop a technique of axillary/subclavian vein puncture. METHOD Patients requiring axillary/subclavian vein puncture… (More)


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