Keywords: Surgical Workflow, Medical Imaging, Molecular Imaging, Computer-Aided Surgery, Medical Augmented Reality
In medical collaboration with: |
PD Dr. med. Alexander Drzezga, Nuclear Medicine Dept., Klinikum rechts der Isar, TUM, Munich, Germany
Scientific Director: Nassir Navab, Sibylle Ziegler
Contact Person(s): Dzhoshkun Ismail Shakir
In industrial collaboration with:
Dr. Farhad Daghighian, President, IntraMedical Imaging LLC, Los Angeles, CA, USA
Thomas Wendler, CTO, SurgicEye GmbH, Munich, Germany
In minimally invasive tumor resection, the goal is to perform a minimal but complete removal of cancerous cells. In the last decades interventional beta probes supported the detection of remaining tumor cells. However, scanning the patient with an intraoperative probe and applying the treatment are not done simultaneously. The main contribution of this work is to extend the one dimensional signal of a nuclear probe to a four dimensional signal including the spatial information of the distal end of the probe. This signal can be then used to guide the surgeon in the resection of residual tissue and thus increase its spatial accuracy while allowing minimal impact on the patient.
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