Technologies for guidance of radiofrequency ablation in the multimodality interventional suite of the future.

@article{Wood2007TechnologiesFG,
  title={Technologies for guidance of radiofrequency ablation in the multimodality interventional suite of the future.},
  author={Bradford J. Wood and Julia Locklin and Anand Viswanathan and Jochen Kr{\"u}cker and Dieter Haemmerich and J. Cebral and Ariela Sofer and Ruida Cheng and Evan S. McCreedy and Kevin Cleary and Matthew J. McAuliffe and Neil Glossop and Jeff Yanof},
  journal={Journal of vascular and interventional radiology : JVIR},
  year={2007},
  volume={18 1 Pt 1},
  pages={
          9-24
        }
}
Several new image-guidance tools and devices are being prototyped, investigated, and compared. These tools are introduced and include prototype software for image registration and fusion, thermal modeling, electromagnetic tracking, semiautomated robotic needle guidance, and multimodality imaging. The integration of treatment planning with computed tomography robot systems or electromagnetic needle-tip tracking allows for seamless, iterative, "see-and-treat," patient-specific tumor ablation… CONTINUE READING

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