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Snapping Scapula Syndrome: Diagnosis and Management

Trevor Gaskill, Peter J. Millett
2013 Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons  
Familiarity with the neuroanatomic structures surrounding the scapula is critical to avoid iatrogenic complications.  ...  These conditions represent a spectrum of disorders characterized by pain with or without mechanical crepitus.  ...  Recent literature suggests reliable improvement of symptoms can be achieved with open or arthroscopic techniques; however, complete resolution of symptoms may not be achieved universally.  ... 
doi:10.5435/jaaos-21-04-214 pmid:23545727 fatcat:twooxp4s4fbjxeyy7cbligpisa

Improved Pressure Sensitive Paint Measurement Using Natural Feature Tracking and Piecewise Linear Resection

Jeremy Kuzub, Youssef Mebarki, Anthony Whitehead
2011 2011 Canadian Conference on Computer and Robot Vision  
The Piecewise Linear Resection (PLR) method of removing registration due to physical wind tunnel model motion and deformation errors can account for nonlinear deformations and benefits from increased tracking  ...  This is accomplished with Speeded-Up Robust Features (SURF) and a modified disparity gradient filtering technique.  ...  It follows that their motion vectors can be treated as having a greater weighting factor as they are more reliable than motion vectors from SURF features.  ... 
doi:10.1109/crv.2011.14 dblp:conf/crv/KuzubMW11 fatcat:i4gyk5jwlfdc7neafgw3m6fbtm

In-loop feature tracking for structure and motion with out-of-core optimization

Nicolas Herrero, Jose-Luis Landabaso, Guillermo Gallego, Jose-Carlos Pujol-Alcolado
2010 2010 IEEE International Conference on Image Processing  
In this paper, a novel and approach for obtaining 3D models from video sequences captured with hand-held cameras is addressed.  ...  We define a pipeline that robustly deals with different types of sequences and acquiring devices.  ...  CONCLUSIONS AND FUTURE WORK A full pipeline for recovering the structure and the camera motion of a rigid scene from a video sequence has been presented.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icip.2010.5652179 dblp:conf/icip/HerreroLGP10 fatcat:zx746dsvjbffxdjlbrertbr2bu

Constrained Total Scapula Reconstruction After Resection of a High-Grade Sarcoma

James C. Wittig, Jacob Bickels, Felasfa Wodajo, Kristen L. Kellar-Graney, Martin M. Malawer
2002 Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research  
Patients with high-grade sarcomas arising from the scapula or periscapular soft tissues traditionally have been treated with either a total scapulectomy or a wide, en bloc, extraarticular scapular resection  ...  Total scapula reconstruction with a constrained total scapula prosthesis is a safe and reliable method for reconstructing the shoulder girdle after resection of select high-grade sarcomas.  ...  To improve shoulder girdle stability and motion and upper extremity function, the senior author uses an anatomic approach to reconstruction, an approach that replaces the resected bony structures with  ... 
doi:10.1097/00003086-200204000-00020 fatcat:er5e7a3e3rfongj3ylb3itc2mi

Laparoscopic liver surgery: parenchymal transection using saline-enhanced electrosurgery

A.J. Koffron, J.A. Stein
2008 HPB  
Minimally invasive liver resection (MILR) has evolved considerably in the past decade.  ...  Using this method of liver transection, we have been able to perform MILR of all varieties and magnitudes, with favorable patient outcomes.  ...  In this scenario, reliable coagulation of parenchyma and small vessels is paramount to a safe and precise resection.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13651820802166864 pmid:18773098 pmcid:PMC2518293 fatcat:633yawukqncrhgtwnmcesdcy7q

Technical aspects of modern radiation therapy for pancreatic adenocarcinoma: field design, motion management, dosing, and concurrent therapy

Amol K. Narang
2018 Annals of Pancreatic Cancer  
Given the ablative doses used with this approach, careful attention to tumor and organ motion is critical through use of fiducials and reliable motion management techniques, as described above.  ...  Recent institutional series from high-volume centers have reported much higher rates of margin negative resections in patients with locally advanced disease as compared to what has been historically reported  ... 
doi:10.21037/apc.2018.07.06 fatcat:tvbgiyzgcje43kewprkh3ttirm

Scapulothoracic Bursitis and Snapping Scapula Syndrome

Ryan J. Warth, Ulrich J. Spiegl, Peter J. Millett
2014 American Journal of Sports Medicine  
Future studies should focus on identifying the modifiable factors associated with poor outcomes after operative and nonoperative management for snapping scapula syndrome in an effort to improve clinical  ...  The level of evidence obtained from this literature search was inadequate to perform a formal systematic review or meta-analysis. Therefore, a critical review of current evidence is presented.  ...  abnormal motions between the scapula and posterior chest wall derived from abnormal scapular kinematics with or without anomalous anatomy. 36, 62 Continued abnormal scapular motion can lead to chronic  ... 
doi:10.1177/0363546514526373 pmid:24664139 fatcat:tjbrvszuijarfdb2dvu674h3pm

Applications of Ultrasound in the Resection of Brain Tumors

Rahul Sastry, Wenya Linda Bi, Steve Pieper, Sarah Frisken, Tina Kapur, William Wells, Alexandra J. Golby
2016 Journal of Neuroimaging  
Continued evolution of ultrasound technology since its introduction has resulted in superior imaging quality, smaller probes, and more seamless integration with neuronavigation systems.  ...  We then review three specific applications of these ultrasound technologies to brain tumor resection: (1) intraoperative navigation, (2) assessment of extent of resection, and (3) brain shift monitoring  ...  Acoustically homogeneous tissue generates little signal while structures with high gradients of acoustic impedance generate strong echoes and can obscure structures further from the probe.  ... 
doi:10.1111/jon.12382 pmid:27541694 pmcid:PMC5226862 fatcat:xc2h4pua6fclhde35eyozzbjvi

DYNAMIC INSTRUMENTATION OF THE THORACIC SPINE

Ahmet ÖĞRENCİ, Ezgi AKAR, Orkun KOBAN, Onur YAMAN, Mesut YILMAZ, Sedat DALBAYRAK
2020 The Journal of Turkish Spinal Surgery  
Studies examining bone resections found that partial discectomy with resection of the rib head resulted in a significant increase in motion, and unilateral resection of the rib head along with removal  ...  In case of thoracic disc herniations, posterolateral approaches were typically preferred, with rigid stabilization being the treatment of choice in patients requiring excessive bone resection from the  ... 
doi:10.4274/jtss.galenos.2020.227 fatcat:jh52ngi6kjbrzl2wpt4xfb3xke

Robot-Assisted Endoscopic Resection: Current Status and Future Directions

Hung Leng Kaan, Khek Yu Ho
2019 Gut and Liver  
A robot with a force feedback mechanism would be superior and improve safety.  ...  Therapeutic endoscopic resection has gained favor for its ability to achieve high en bloc and histologically complete resection rates via a minimally invasive approach.  ...  To improve ergonomics and reduce the learning curve associated with robot-assisted procedures, it would beneficial to improve robotic motions so that they become more natural and human-like.  ... 
doi:10.5009/gnl19047 pmid:31158954 pmcid:PMC7096234 fatcat:smlfzq33wjeatipbj67ntrea5a

Arthroscopic Management of Glenohumeral Arthrosis: Humeral Osteoplasty, Capsular Release, and Arthroscopic Axillary Nerve Release as a Joint-Preserving Approach

Peter J. Millett, Trevor R. Gaskill
2011 Arthroscopy: The Journal of Arthroscopy And Related  
Shoulder arthroplasty has been shown to provide reliable pain relief under these circumstances in older, less active populations.  ...  It is evident from cadaveric studies that the axillary nerve runs in close proximity to the inferior glenohumeral capsule.  ...  Richards and Burkhart 8 combined glenohumeral debridement with capsular release in young patients and reported improved glenohumeral motion and a mean symptomfree period of 9 months in a small series of  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.arthro.2011.03.089 pmid:21803533 fatcat:p3m4esmnl5fv5ewvc5sdgdn5cy

Multimodal neuroimaging in presurgical evaluation of childhood epilepsy

Da Eun Jung, Joon-Soo Lee
2010 Korean Journal of Pediatrics  
resection.  ...  These advances are improving our ability to noninvasively detect epileptogenic foci which have gone undetected in the past and whose accurate localization is crucial for a favorable outcome following surgical  ...  The diffusivity (a measurement of the amplitude of the diffusional motion) and anisotropy (a measurement of the directionality of the motion) can be calculated from the DTI sequence.  ... 
doi:10.3345/kjp.2010.53.8.779 pmid:21189974 pmcid:PMC3004492 fatcat:wsgkes6kabeerbtmoc3ihqneuy

Hip Arthroscopy: The Use of Computer Assistance

Danyal H. Nawabi, Denis Nam, Caroline Park, Anil S. Ranawat
2013 HSS Journal ®  
Computer-assisted surgery (CAS) can theoretically improve the accuracy and precision of the osseous resections required to treat FAI.  ...  Conclusion: Navigation and robotic-assisted surgery can preoperatively plan and execute osseous resection with greater accuracy compared to freehand techniques, although the clinical success and cost-effectiveness  ...  ., consultancies, stock ownership, equity interest, and patent/licensing arrangements) that might pose a conflict of interest in connection with the submitted article.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11420-012-9313-9 pmid:24426847 pmcid:PMC3640715 fatcat:ci6tugdnhvcrrnivo77qp4jjii

Functional Outcomes after Arthroplasty of the Distal Radioulnar Joint and Hand Therapy: A Case Series

Gretchen L. Kaiser, Leonard S. Bodell, Richard A. Berger
2008 Journal of Hand Therapy  
It is help- ful to retain the continuity of the subsheath and TFCC, all the while freeing these structures from the distal ulna.  ...  The reliability of goniometric measurements of active and passive wrist motion. Am J Occup Ther. 1990;44: 342-8. . LaStayo P, Wheeler D.  ... 
doi:10.1197/j.jht.2008.06.002 pmid:19006766 fatcat:35jf7bwoerhyhdxpswhzvsrpem

Augmented reality navigation in open surgery for hilar cholangiocarcinoma resection with hemihepatectomy using video-based in situ three-dimensional anatomical modeling

Rui Tang, Longfei Ma, Canhong Xiang, Xuedong Wang, Ang Li, Hongen Liao, Jiahong Dong
2017 Medicine  
reality (AR)-assisted intraoperative navigation during open HCAC resection with hemihepatectomy.  ...  parallax were improved, compared with that which we had experienced intraoperatively using the videobased AR display system.  ...  By moving our heads slightly, we viewed the fused in-situ 3D images from 4 slightly different orientations, and found that our senses of depth perception and motion parallax were improved, compared with  ... 
doi:10.1097/md.0000000000008083 pmid:28906410 pmcid:PMC5604679 fatcat:j4lotergqfdqzm2hpps66jkwpu
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