5 May 2004 3D surgical planning and navigation for CMF surgery
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In this paper we describe a system for corrective and reconstructive CMF surgery that allows planning of bone segment relocations in 3D and transfer of the goal positions into an intra-operative navigation module, which provides guidance to realize the planned movement. In addition, the pre-operative planning module offers functions of mirroring and allows insertion of distraction devices. We present three clinical cases of CMF surgical procedures planned a posteriori with our application: bimaxillary realignment, involving subcondylar osteotomy of the mandible and LeFort I osteotomy, secondary orbital reconstruction and mandibular reconstruction.
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Jonas Chapuis, Jonas Chapuis, Tobias Rudolph, Tobias Rudolph, Blake Borgesson, Blake Borgesson, Elena De Momi, Elena De Momi, Ion P. Pappas, Ion P. Pappas, Wok Hallermann, Wok Hallermann, Alexander Schramm, Alexander Schramm, Marco Caversaccio, Marco Caversaccio, } "3D surgical planning and navigation for CMF surgery", Proc. SPIE 5367, Medical Imaging 2004: Visualization, Image-Guided Procedures, and Display, (5 May 2004); doi: 10.1117/12.535486; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.535486

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