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MICCAI
2001
Springer
13 years 10 months ago
Magnified Real-Time Tomographic Reflection
Real Time Tomographic Reflection (RTTR) permits in situ visualization of ultrasound images so that direct hand-eye coordination can be employed during invasive procedures. The meth...
George D. Stetten, Vikram S. Chib
MICCAI
2003
Springer
14 years 7 months ago
C-Mode Real Time Tomographic Reflection for a Matrix Array Ultrasound Sonic Flashlight
George D. Stetten, Aaron Cois, Wilson Chang, Damio...
AIPR
2000
IEEE
13 years 10 months ago
Tomographic Reflection to Merge Ultrasound Images with Direct Vision
Tomographic reflection is a method that may be used to merge the visual outer surface of a patient with a simultaneous ultrasound scan of the patient’s interior. The technique c...
George D. Stetten, Vikram S. Chib, Robert J. Tambu...
ISBI
2002
IEEE
13 years 11 months ago
Towards a clinically useful sonic flashlight
We have previously shown a new method of merging a direct view of the patient with an ultrasound image displayed in situ within the patient, using a half-silvered mirror. We call ...
George D. Stetten, Damion Shelton, Wilson Chang, V...