Realistic tool-tissue interaction models for surgical simulation and planning

@inproceedings{Misra2009RealisticTI,
  title={Realistic tool-tissue interaction models for surgical simulation and planning},
  author={Sarthak Misra},
  year={2009}
}
Surgical simulators present a safe and potentially effective method for surgical training, and can also be used in pre- and intra-operative surgical planning. Realistic modeling of medical interventions involving tool-tissue interactions has been considered to be a key requirement in the development of high-fidelity simulators and planners. The soft-tissue constitutive laws, organ geometry and boundary conditions imposed by the connective tissues surrounding the organ, and the shape of the… CONTINUE READING

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