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Intraoperative Navigation für die minimalinvasive Resektion von Nierentumoren

Noll, Matthias (2010):
Intraoperative Navigation für die minimalinvasive Resektion von Nierentumoren.
Darmstadt, TU, Diplomarbeit, 2010, [Master Thesis]

Abstract

The purpose of this diploma thesis is to present a detailed description of a real-time navigation system for computer assisted surgery. The system that is based on open source technology was developed with laparoscopic partial nephrectomies as a first application scenario. The main goal of the application is to enable tracking of the tumor position and orientation during a surgery. The system is based on ultrasound to CT registration and electromagnetic tracking. The basic idea is to process electromagnetic tracking information to generate an augmented reality (AR) visualization of a tumor model in a laparoscopic camera image. This way the system enhances the surgeon's view on the operating field and therefore facilitates higher safety during the surgery. So far the system was applied in vitro with two phantom trials with the aid of a surgeon which yielded promising results.

Item Type: Master Thesis
Erschienen: 2010
Creators: Noll, Matthias
Title: Intraoperative Navigation für die minimalinvasive Resektion von Nierentumoren
Language: German
Abstract:

The purpose of this diploma thesis is to present a detailed description of a real-time navigation system for computer assisted surgery. The system that is based on open source technology was developed with laparoscopic partial nephrectomies as a first application scenario. The main goal of the application is to enable tracking of the tumor position and orientation during a surgery. The system is based on ultrasound to CT registration and electromagnetic tracking. The basic idea is to process electromagnetic tracking information to generate an augmented reality (AR) visualization of a tumor model in a laparoscopic camera image. This way the system enhances the surgeon's view on the operating field and therefore facilitates higher safety during the surgery. So far the system was applied in vitro with two phantom trials with the aid of a surgeon which yielded promising results.

Uncontrolled Keywords: Augmented reality (AR), Electromagnetic tracking, Tracking, Minimally invasive surgery, Computer assisted surgery
Divisions: 20 Department of Computer Science
20 Department of Computer Science > Interactive Graphics Systems
Date Deposited: 12 Nov 2018 11:16
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