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Interactive simulation of surgical cuts

D. Bielser, M.H. Gross
Proceedings the Eighth Pacific Conference on Computer Graphics and Applications  
We present a framework for the interactive simulation of surgical cuts such as being practiced in surgical treatment.  ...  In this paper we will present a framework for building the core components of a surgical simulator which addresses the points raised above.  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to thank Remo Ziegler for the implementation of the surface collision detection algorithms and Alexander Beck for the integration of the haptical scalpel model.  ... 
doi:10.1109/pccga.2000.883933 dblp:conf/pg/BielserG00 fatcat:uge34b5axvhe7hx2j66j7thjsq

Graphic and haptic modelling of the oesophagus for VR-based medical simulation

Changmok Choi, Jungsik Kim, Hyonyung Han, Bummo Ahn, Jung Kim
2009 International Journal of Medical Robotics and Computer Assisted Surgery  
Among the many technical components of the simulators, realistic and interactive organ modelling stands out as a key issue for judging the fidelity of the simulation.  ...  This paper describes the modelling of an oesophagus for a real-time laparoscopic surgical simulator.  ...  Although 'surgery' inherently includes cutting of tissues, the development of an interactive realistic cutting simulation has been a formidable task.  ... 
doi:10.1002/rcs.256 pmid:19444793 fatcat:uh63ompxpjgn5lflywitzjare4

Computational Mechanics in Virtual Reality: Cutting and Tumour Interactions in a Boundary Element Simulation of Surgery on the Brain

I.A. Jones, A.A. Becker, A.T. Glover, P. Wang, S.D. Benford, Michael Vloeberghs, C.M. Greenhalgh
2006 Applied Mechanics and Materials  
This paper briefly reviews existing applications of BE and FE within virtual reality, and describes recent work on the BE-based simulation of aspects of surgical operations on the brain, making use of  ...  as a means of simulating the behaviour of deformable objects within virtual reality simulations since it exploits precisely the same kind of surface-only definition used for visual rendering of three-dimensional  ...  Acknowledgements The work outlined in this paper was undertaken with the support of the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) via grants GR/R84030/01 and EP/D503256/1.  ... 
doi:10.4028/www.scientific.net/amm.5-6.55 fatcat:tthhjpbtozgy7emwwp755lrwse

Computational Mechanics in Virtual Reality: Cutting and Tumour Interactions in a Boundary Element Simulation of Surgery on the Brain [chapter]

I.A. Jones, A.A. Becker, A.T. Glover, P. Wang, S.D. Benford, Michael Vloeberghs, C.M. Greenhalgh
2006 Modern Practice in Stress and Vibration Analysis VI  
This paper briefly reviews existing applications of BE and FE within virtual reality, and describes recent work on the BE-based simulation of aspects of surgical operations on the brain, making use of  ...  as a means of simulating the behaviour of deformable objects within virtual reality simulations since it exploits precisely the same kind of surface-only definition used for visual rendering of three-dimensional  ...  Acknowledgements The work outlined in this paper was undertaken with the support of the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) via grants GR/R84030/01 and EP/D503256/1.  ... 
doi:10.4028/0-87849-418-9.55 fatcat:qsjzucwqerdszddvcy4xqdgn2m

Simulation of Interactive Cutting Tool for Craniofacial Osteotomy Planning

Mohammad Azam Rana, Halim Setan, Zulkepli Majid, Albert K. Chong
2007 Computer Graphics, Imaging and Visualisation (CGIV 2007)  
In the case of medical/craniofacial data, a baseline interactive task would be to simulate cutting, removal and realignment of tissue.  ...  In this paper, we propose a method to simulate a cutting tool using an oriented cube that allows the simulation of tool thickness as well as performing the desired cutting operations on threedimensional  ...  Also the planar tools lack the simulation of tool thickness. In a new approach, we are able to simulate an interactive cutting tool using a cube.  ... 
doi:10.1109/cgiv.2007.77 dblp:conf/IEEEcgiv/RanaSMC07 fatcat:gx4t7hv76zaetaviuwb5lv4pnq

Combining Volumetric Soft Tissue Cuts for Interventional Surgery Simulation [chapter]

Megumi Nakao, Tomohiro Kuroda, Hiroshi Oyama, Masaru Komori, Tetsuya Matsuda, Takashi Takahashi
2002 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Measurement of the calculation time and visualization of simulation quality confirms that the framework contributes to surgical planning and training with tissue cutting.  ...  This paper proposes a framework to simulate soft tissue cuts for interventional surgery simulation.  ...  This paper presents an advanced framework that simulates interactive soft tissue cutting in surgical intervention.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-45787-9_23 fatcat:blsqqncrbvddpfnfyvwfbyzagi

Assessing performance of augmented reality-based neurosurgical training

Wei-Xin Si, Xiang-Yun Liao, Yin-Ling Qian, Hai-Tao Sun, Xiang-Dong Chen, Qiong Wang, Pheng Ann Heng
2019 Visual Computing for Industry, Biomedicine, and Art  
Surgical simulation with bimanual haptic interaction is integrated in this work to provide a simulated environment for users to achieve holographic guidance for pre-operative training.  ...  In addition, the simulator provides bimanual haptic interaction in a holographic environment to mimic real brain tumor resection.  ...  Acknowledgements An earlier poster version of this paper was presented at the IEEE Virtual Reality 2018. Xiangyun Liao and Qiong Wang are both corresponding authors.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s42492-019-0015-8 pmid:32240415 fatcat:q6tymlo24bghdbqbqo57uvugee

Toward a virtual environment for biomechanical simulation

Peter Zerfass, Erwin Keeve, Seong K. Mun
2001 Medical Imaging 2001: Visualization, Display, and Image-Guided Procedures  
for interactive biomechanical simulation and surgical planning.  ...  The ongoing work will lead to an entire system for physical-based biomechanical simulation and pre-operative visualization of surgical outcomes.  ...  Also the number of ways to interact with the simulation will be increased to include pinching, free-form cutting, ablating, suturing and drilling.  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.428087 dblp:conf/miigp/ZerfassK01 fatcat:5ilj7ky4ajbcnedpnsukv6ozj4

Stable Interactive Cutting of Deformable Objects [article]

L. Jerábková, J. Jerábek, R. Chudoba, T. Kuhlen
2006 Workshop on Virtual Reality Interactions and Physical Simulations  
In this paper we present a novel approach for stable interactive cutting of deformable objects in virtual environments.  ...  As no new elements are created, the impact on performance of the simulation is minimized.  ...  An interactive cutting simulation is an essential feature of a surgery trainer. However, the interactive progressive cutting of a deformable FEM mesh is a challenging problem.  ... 
doi:10.2312/pe/vriphys/vriphys06/125-126 dblp:conf/vriphys/JerabkovaJCK06 fatcat:twobajozqjafrj6ykaed6wiebi

Volumetric object modeling for surgical simulation

Sarah Gibson, Christina Fyock, Eric Grimson, Takeo Kanade, Ron Kikinis, Hugh Lauer, Neil McKenzie, Andrew Mor, Shin Nakajima, Hide Ohkami, Randy Osborne, Joseph Samosky (+1 others)
1998 Medical Image Analysis  
Surgical simulation has many applications in medical education, surgical training, surgical planning and intra-operative assistance.  ...  However, extending current surface-based computer graphics methods to model phenomena such as the deformation, cutting, tearing or repairing of soft tissues poses significant challenges for real-time interactions  ...  We thank Edward Gibson and three anonymous reviewers of this paper for many helpful and insightful comments and suggestions.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1361-8415(98)80007-8 pmid:10646758 fatcat:q46ko2swmbbv3o5s3l7wxp4yea

VR-Based Simulators for Training in Minimally Invasive Surgery

Cagatay Basdogan, Mert Sedef, Matthias Harders, Stefan Wesarg
2007 IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications  
Acknowledgments The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey supported this work under contract MAG-104M283 and the student fellowship program BIDEB-2210.  ...  Figure 4 shows several of these simulated interactions. Realistic graphical and haptic simulation of cutting is a requirement in any surgical simulator.  ...  Simulation of surgical cutting such as transsection, dissection, and coagulation fall into a different category, in which tool-tissue interactions modi-fy the geometry and the underlying model.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcg.2007.51 pmid:17388203 fatcat:zhmkffbefbfhhbt5i7bohesy7a

High fidelity virtual reality orthognathic surgery simulator

Venkata S. Arikatla, Mohit Tyagi, Andinet Enquobahrie, Tung Nguyen, George H. Blakey, Ray White, Beatriz Paniagua, Robert J. Webster, Baowei Fei
2018 Medical Imaging 2018: Image-Guided Procedures, Robotic Interventions, and Modeling  
One of the crucial steps in simulating BSSO is accurately cutting the mandible in a specific area of the jaw, where surgeons rely on high fidelity visual and haptic cues.  ...  In this paper, we present methods to simulate drilling and cutting of the bone using the burr and the motorized oscillating saw respectively.  ...  These interactions have been demonstrated for surgical scenarios involving friction, adhesion, and cutting.  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.2293690 pmid:29977103 pmcid:PMC6028926 dblp:conf/miigp/ArikatlaTENBWP18 fatcat:6rcozrj55jgclffr4kg7hssdom

Animation and Simulation Techniques for VR-Training Systems in Endoscopic Surgery [chapter]

H. K. Çakmak, U. Kühnapfel
2000 Eurographics  
In detail, interactive modeling and simulation of soft tissue is presented and basic surgical interaction modules are introduced.  ...  This paper describes the Karlsruhe Training System for Endoscopic Surgery and focuses on the need of animation and simulation methods for realistic visual effects to increase the acceptance of VR-based  ...  Acknowledgements We acknowledge the medical advice of Mrs. Prof. L. Mettler (University Kiel-Germany, Section for Gynaecology) and Prof. G.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-7091-6344-3_13 fatcat:syikuvovwvbudphlsa3przco4a

Simulation of tissue cutting and bleeding for laparoscopic surgery using auxiliary surfaces

C Basdogan, C H Ho, M A Srinivasan
1999 Studies in Health Technology and Informatics  
Realistic simulation of tissue cutting and bleeding is important components of a surgical simulator that are addressed in this study.  ...  Simulation of an incision through tissue surface is modeled in three steps: first, the collisions between the instrument and the tissue surface are detected as the simulated cutting tool passes through  ...  However, realistic simulation of tissue cutting and bleeding, which are important components of a typical surgical simulator, still remain unsolved.  ... 
pmid:10538392 fatcat:lrwpqynicbd4rphnuhzyd4zuh4

Virtual reality vitrectomy simulator [chapter]

Paul F. Neumann, Lewis L. Sadler, Jon Gieser
1998 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Five surgical instruments are simulated including: a pick, blade, suction cutter, laser, and drainage needle.  ...  The simulator will be evaluated by a group of fellows and retinal surgeons with a subjective Cooper-Harper survey commonly used for flight simulators.  ...  Of all of surgical instruments functionalities, cutting presents the greatest challenge for simulators.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bfb0056279 fatcat:kooxkz7xqjcmrfm324gjglkc7i
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