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By Jens A. Richolt, Matthias Teschner (auth.), William M. Wells, Alan Colchester, Scott Delp (eds.)

This publication constitutes the refereed court cases of the 1st overseas convention on scientific photo Computing and Computer-Assisted Intervention, MICCAI'98, held in Cambridge, MA, united states, in October 1998.
The 134 revised papers awarded have been rigorously chosen from a complete of 243 submissions. The ebook is split into topical sections on surgical making plans, surgical navigation and measurements, cardiac photo research, scientific robot platforms, surgical platforms and simulators, segmentation, computational neuroanatomy, biomechanics, detection in clinical photographs, information acquisition and processing, neurosurgery and neuroscience, form research, function extraction, registration, and ultrasound.

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Due to the performance of the system, even on standard workstations, the practicality of the system has a major advantage over earlier programs. In addition, the data preparation can be done in a reasonable amount of time. On the whole, the presented system can be used for the planning of reorienting osteotomies in cases of SCFE on a routine clinical basis. 5 References l. Altobelli D, Kikinis R, Mulliken J, Cline H, Lorensen W, and Jolesz F, 1993 Computer-assisted three-dimensional planning in cranofacial surgery.

Am J Radiol 163 (1994) 283-290 46. Roglic H, Kwak SD, Henry JH, Ateshian G A, Rodkey W, Steadman JR, Mow VC: Adhesions of the patellar and quadriceps tendons: mathematical model simulation. Adv Bioeng, ASME, BED 36 (1997) 261-262 47. Ronsky J, van den Bogert A, Nigg B: In vivo quantification of human patellofemoral joint contact. Proc Can Soc Biomech 8 (1994) 82 48. Sangeorzan BJ, Sangeorzan BP, Hansen ST, Judd RP: Mathematically directed single-cut osteotomy for correction of tibial malunion. J Orthop Trauma 3 (1989) 267-275 49.

Hybrid model consists of building two models: a high resolution model and a low resolution model reconstructed from averaged CT scan slices. Then, both models are divided into blocks that have the same size. The hybrid model is a combination of these two models divided in blocks. For each cephalometrical point, a default configuration has been defined, but it can also be personnalized by the operator. The low resolution blocks can also be dismissed in order to improve the interactivity and focus on the region of interest.

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