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9th MICCAI Conference - Copenhagen, Denmark, Oct 06, 2006

Session #1: Applications for Augmented Environments

3D Augmented Fluoroscopy in Interventional Neuroradiology: Precision Assessment and First Evaluation on Clinical Cases
Sébastien Gorges1,2, Erwan Kerrien1, Marie-Odile Berger1, Jérémie Pescatore2, Yves Trousset2, René Anxionnat3, Serge Bracard3, and Luc Picard3
1 INRIA-LORIA, Villers-les-Nancy, France
2 GE Healthcare, Buc, France
3 Diagnostic and Therapeutic Neuroradiology Dept, University Hospital of Nancy, France
Augmented Reality for Closed Intracardiac Interventions
Gerard Guiraudon1, John Moore2 , Doug Jones 3, Dan Bainbridge3, Chris Wedlake2, and Terry Peters3
1 CSTAR, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada
2 Robarts Research Institute, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada
3 University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada
MRI Image Overlay: Application to Arthrography Needle Insertion
Gregory S. Fischer1, Anton Deguet1, Csaba Csoma1, Russell H. Taylor1 , Laura Fayad2, John A. Carrino3, S. James Zinreich2, and Gabor Fichtinger1,2
1 Johns Hopkins University, Engineering Research Center, Baltimore, MD, USA
2 Johns Hopkins Hospital, Dept. of Radiology, Baltimore, MD, USA
3 Brigham and Women's Hospital, Dept. of Radiology, Boston, MA, USA

Session #2: Supporting Technologies for Medical Augmented Reality

Virtual Window for Improved Depth Perception in Medical AR
Christoph Bichlmeier and Nassir Navab
Chair for Computer Aided Medical Procedures - CAMP, TU Munich, Germany
The Tangible Virtual Mirror: New visualization paradigm for navigated Surgery
Christoph Bichlmeier, Tobias Sielhorst, and Nassir Navab
Chair for Computer Aided Medical Procedures - CAMP, TUM, Munich, Germany
GPU-Based High-Quality Volume Rendering For Virtual Environments
Andrea Kratz, Markus Hadwiger, Rainer Splechtna, Anton Fuhrmann, and Katja Bühler
VRVis Research Center, Vienna, Austria
Latency in Medical Augmented Reality Systems
Michael Figl, Christopher Ede, Johann Hummel, Felix Wanschitz, Rudolf Seemann, Rolf Ewers, Helmar Bergmann, and Wolfgang Birkfellner
Medical University of Vienna, Austria
Integrated Medical Workflow for Augmented Reality Applications
Denis Kalkofen1, Bernhard Reitinger1 , Petter Risholm 2, Alexander Bornik1, Reinhard Beichel1, Dieter Schmalstieg1, and Eigil Samset2
1 Graz University of Technology, Institute for Computer Graphics and Vision, Graz, Austria
2 The Interventional Centre, University of Oslo, Norway

Session #3: Modeling, Tracking, and intra-operative Visualization

A preliminary study on introduction of a magnetic tracking sensor for bronchoscope navigation system
Kazuyoshi Ishitani1, Daisuke Deguchi1, Takayuki Kitasaka1, Kensaku Mori1, Yasuhito Suenaga1 , Hirotsugu Takabatake2, Masaki Mori3, and Hiroshi Natori4
1 Graduate School of Information Science, Nagoya University, Japan
2 Minami-sanjo Hospital, Japan
3 Sapporo-Kosei General Hospital, Japan
4 School of Medicine, Sapporo Medical University, Japan
Real time simulation of organ motions induced by breathing: first evaluation on patient data
A. Hostettler1, S.A. Nicolau1, C. Forest1, L. Soler1, and Y. Remond 2
1 IRCAD-Hopital Civil, Virtual-surg, Strasbourg, France
2 Institut de M´ecanique des Fluides et des Solides, Strasbourg, France
A surface registration approach for video-based analysis of intraoperative brain surface deformations
Perrine Paul1,2 , Aurelie Quere1, Elise Arnaud3, Xavier Morandi1,4, and Pierre Jannin 1
1 Unit/Projet Visages U746, France
2 Medtronic SNT, France
3 DISI, Slip Guru group, Iraly
4 CHU Pontchaillou Rennes, France

Augmented Virtual Fluoroscopy for Minimally Invasive Diaphyseal Long Bone Fracture Reduction and Osteosynthesis
Guoyan Zheng1, Xuan Zhang1, Xiao Dong1, and Paul Alfred Grutzner2
1 MEM Research Center, University of Bern, Switzerland
2 BG Trauma Center Ludwigshafen, University of Heidelberg, Germany

An augmented reality guidance probe and method for image-guided surgical navigation
Ruby Shamir1, Leo Joskowicz1, and Yigal Shoshan2
1 School of Eng. and Computer Science The Hebrew Univ. of Jerusalem, Israel
2 Dept. of Neurosurgery, School of Medicine, Hadassah University Hospital, Israel

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