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CASMIL: a comprehensive software/toolkit for image-guided neurosurgeries

CASMIL: a comprehensive software/toolkit for image-guided neurosurgeries,10.1002/rcs.87,International Journal of Medical Robotics and Computer Assiste

CASMIL: a comprehensive software/toolkit for image-guided neurosurgeries   (Citations: 6)
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Gulsheen Kaur, Jun Tan, Mohammed Alam, Vipin Chaudhary, Dingguo Chen, Ming Dong, Hazem Eltahawy, Farshad Fotouhi, Christopher Gammage, Jason Gong, William Grosky, Murali Guthikondahttp://academic.research.microsoft.com/io.ashx?type=5&id=4550434&selfId1=0&selfId2=0&maxNumber=12&query=
Background CASMIL aims to develop a cost-effective and efficient approach to monitor and predict deformation during surgery, allowing accurate, and real-time intra-operative information to be provided reliably to the surgeon. Method CASMIL is a comprehensive Image-guided Neurosurgery System with extensive novel features. It is an integration of various modules including rigid and non-rigid body co-registration (image-image, image-atlas, and image-patient), automated 3D segmentation, brain shift predictor, knowledge based query tools, intelligent planning, and augmented reality. One of the vital and unique modules is the Intelligent Planning module, which displays the best surgical corridor on the computer screen based on tumor location, captured surgeon knowledge, and predicted brain shift using patient specific Finite Element Model. Also, it has multi-level parallel computing to provide near real-time interaction with iMRI (Intra-operative MRI). In addition, it has been securely web-enabled and optimized for remote web and PDA access. Results A version of this system is being used and tested using real patient data and is expected to be in use in the operating room at the Detroit Medical Center in the first half of 2006.
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