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Dynamic Registration Using Ultrasound for Anatomical Referencing

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Dynamic Registration Using Ultrasound for Anatomical Referencing
This paper proposes methods to circumvent the need to attach physical markers to bones for anatomical referencing in computer-assisted orthopedic surgery. Using ultrasound, a bone could be non-invasively referenced, and so the problem is formulated as the need for dynamic registration. A method for correspondence establishment is presented, and the matching step is based on three least-squares algorithms: two that are typically used in registration methods such as ICP, and the third is a form of the Unscented Kalman Filter that was adapted to work in this context. A simulation was developed in order to reliably evaluate and compare the dynamic registration methods.
Haydar Talib, Martin Andreas Styner, Tobias Rudolp
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where ISBI
Authors Haydar Talib, Martin Andreas Styner, Tobias Rudolph, Miguel Ángel González Ballester
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