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Augmented environments for the targeting of hepatic lesions during image-guided robotic liver surgery

Published inThe Journal of surgical research, vol. 184, no. 2, p. 825-831
Publication date2013
Abstract

Stereotactic navigation technology can enhance guidance during surgery and enable the precise reproduction of planned surgical strategies. Currently, specific systems (such as the CAS-One system) are available for instrument guidance in open liver surgery. This study aims to evaluate the implementation of such a system for the targeting of hepatic tumors during robotic liver surgery.

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BUCHS, Nicolas et al. Augmented environments for the targeting of hepatic lesions during image-guided robotic liver surgery. In: The Journal of surgical research, 2013, vol. 184, n° 2, p. 825–831. doi: 10.1016/j.jss.2013.04.032
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