the operating room of the future will be based on the integration of all these promising new technologies into a high-technology environment in which neurosurgery, especially minimally invasive neurosurgery, will be performed under multimodal image guidance. This environment will combine information from multiple preoperative and intraoperative sources. Augmented visibility or reality representation can be achieved from these resources. Real-time updating of the image database will be required to follow the progress of the procedures and to find exact boundaries of the lesions.

The Promise of Multimodal Image Guidance in Neurosurgery

TOMASELLO, Francesco;CONTI, Alfredo
2014

Abstract

the operating room of the future will be based on the integration of all these promising new technologies into a high-technology environment in which neurosurgery, especially minimally invasive neurosurgery, will be performed under multimodal image guidance. This environment will combine information from multiple preoperative and intraoperative sources. Augmented visibility or reality representation can be achieved from these resources. Real-time updating of the image database will be required to follow the progress of the procedures and to find exact boundaries of the lesions.
TOMASELLO, Francesco; CONTI, Alfredo
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