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Purpose Machine: learning-based approaches now outperform competing methods in most disciplines relevant to diagnostic radiology. Image-guided procedures, however, have not yet benefited substantially from the advent of deep learning, in particular because images for procedural guidance are not archived and thus unavailable for learning, and even   ...more

Purpose: As the trend toward minimally invasive and percutaneous interventions continues, the importance of appropriate surgical data visualization becomes more evident. Ineffective interventional data display techniques that yield poor ergonomics that hinder hand–eye coordination, and therefore promote frustration which can compromise on-task per   ...more

Accurate placement and stable fixation are the main goals of internal fixation of bone fractures using the traditional medical screws. These goals are necessary to expedite and avoid improper fracture healing due to misalignment of the bone fragments. However, the rigidity of the screw, geometry of the fractured anatomy (e.g., femur and pelvis), a   ...more

— Objective: State of the art navigation systems for pelvic osteotomies use optical systems with external fiducials. We propose the use of X-Ray navigation for pose estimation of periacetabular fragments without fiducials. Methods: A 2D/3D registration pipeline was developed to recover fragment pose. This pipeline was tested through an extensive s   ...more

Robot-assisted minimally invasive surgery has shown to improve patient outcomes, as well as reduce complications and recovery time for several clinical applications. However, increasingly configurable robotic arms require careful setup by surgical staff to maximize anatomical reach and avoid collisions. Furthermore, safety regulations prevent auto   ...more

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