Non-linear Intraoperative Correction of Brain Shift with 1.5 T Data

@inproceedings{Soza2003NonlinearIC,
  title={Non-linear Intraoperative Correction of Brain Shift with 1.5 T Data},
  author={Grzegorz Soza and Peter Hastreiter and Fernando Vega Higuera and Christof Rezk-Salama and Michael Bauer and Christopher Nimsky and G{\"u}nther Greiner},
  booktitle={Bildverarbeitung f{\"u}r die Medizin},
  year={2003}
}
Intraoperative brain deformation (brain shift) induces a decrease in accuracy of neuronavigation systems during surgery. In order to compensate for occurring deformation of brain tissue, registration of time-shifted MR image sequences has to be conducted. In this paper we present a practical application of a novel approach for non-linear registration of medical images. The algorithm has been already tested with 0.2 T data. In this work we have performed a comprehensive comparative registration… CONTINUE READING

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