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Simulating arthroscopic knee surgery using volumetric object representations, real-time volume rendering and haptic feedback [chapter]

Sarah Gibson, Joe Samosky, Andrew Mor, Christina Fyock, Eric Grimson, Takeo Kanade, Ron Kikinis, Hugh Lauer, Neil McKenzie, Shin Nakajima, Hide Ohkami, Randy Osborne (+1 others)
1997 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Feedback is provided to the user via real-time volume rendering and force feedback for haptic exploration.  ...  A system for simulating arthroscopic knee surgery that is based on volumetric object models derived from 3D Magnetic Resonance Imaging is presented.  ...  Both visual and haptic feedback are provided to the user via real-time rendering of the volumetric models and a force feedback device. Figure ( 1) outlines the components of the system.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bfb0029258 fatcat:f5lgcwz57ncu7pgoo4rt7icke4

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  
An initial prototype for simulating arthroscopic knee surgery is described which uses volumetric models of the knee derived from 3-D magnetic resonance imaging, visual feedback via real-time volume and  ...  polygon rendering, and haptic feedback provided by a force-feedback device.  ...  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

Toward a Digital Twin for Arthroscopic Knee Surgery: A Systematic Review

Oystein Bjelland, Bismi Rasheed, Hans Georg Schaathun, Morten D. Pedersen, Martin Steinert, Alf Inge Hellevik, Robin T. Bye
2022 IEEE Access  
In arthroscopic surgery education, the paradigm shift from apprenticeship to simulation training has driven the need for better simulators, and the current focus is on improving simulators with respect  ...  , and a database of virtual surgeries.  ...  REAL-TIME INTERACTIVE SIMULATION As shown in Section IV-F, the three threads in interactive real-time simulation are haptic feedback, computational biomechanics and visualization.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2022.3170108 fatcat:m4j42uybibhu5iorfepxyetfze

A Virtual-Reality Training System for Knee Arthroscopic Surgery

P.-A. Heng, C.-Y. Cheng, T.-T. Wong, Y. Xu, Y.-P. Chui, K.-M. Chan, S.-K. Tso
2004 IEEE Transactions on Information Technology in Biomedicine  
Our system simulates soft tissue deformation with topological change in real-time using finite element analysis. To offer realistic tactile feedback, we build a tailor-made force feedback hardware.  ...  This paper describes a VR system for training arthroscopic knee surgery. Virtual models used in this system are constructed from the Visual Human Project dataset.  ...  Shen and W. Guo for their contribution in this project.  ... 
doi:10.1109/titb.2004.826720 pmid:15217267 fatcat:6slnwgjbirg3vkzhp3qslplvia

A review of virtual reality based training simulators for orthopaedic surgery

Neil Vaughan, Venketesh N. Dubey, Thomas W. Wainwright, Robert G. Middleton
2016 Medical Engineering and Physics  
This review presents current virtual reality based training simulators for hip, knee and other orthopaedic surgery, including elective and trauma surgical procedures.  ...  There have not been any reviews focussing on hip and knee orthopaedic simulators.  ...  Acknowledgements This research review was completed with funding from Wessex Academic Health Science Network (Wessex AHSN) Innovation and Wealth Creation Accelerator Fund 2014/15 and funding from Bournemouth  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.medengphy.2015.11.021 pmid:26751581 fatcat:kmquidsh6nejrjpyznilyxusl4

Overview of Surgical Simulation [article]

Mohamed A. ElHelw
2020 arXiv   pre-print
tissue property measurement, haptic rendering and image synthesis.  ...  The paper discusses the clinical motivation for surgical simulation, the use of virtual environments for surgical training, model acquisition and simplification, deformable models, collision detection,  ...  real-time applications such as surgical simulation.  ... 
arXiv:2005.03011v1 fatcat:lukjkpzpirbodanwj3jfgaejmi

A Survey of Surgical Simulation: Applications, Technology, and Education

Alan Liu, Frank Tendick, Kevin Cleary, Christoph Kaufmann
2003 Presence - Teleoperators and Virtual Environments  
Simulators can also be used to provide an objective assessment of skills. This paper is a survey of current surgical simulator systems.  ...  Simulators provide a structured learning experience, permitting practice without danger to patients, and simulators facilitate the teaching of rare or unusual cases.  ...  Tendick was supported in part by the National Science Foundation under grants CDA-9726362 and BCS-9980122. The research work of Dr. Cleary was funded by U.S. Army grant DAMD17-99-1-9022.  ... 
doi:10.1162/105474603322955905 fatcat:zjue53ym3vcsbmuazmxysxorva

Principles and Applications of Medical Virtual Environments [article]

F. P. Vidal, F. Bello, K. Brodlie, N.W. John, D. Gould, R. Phillips, N. J. Avis
2004 Eurographics State of the Art Reports  
The report begins with a description of the commonly used imaging modalities and then details the software algorithms and hardware that allows visualization of and interaction with this data.  ...  It has been written from the perspective of both computer scientists and practicing clinicians and documents past and current successes together with the challenges that lie ahead.  ...  Consider the requirement for real time volume rendering in medical applications.  ... 
doi:10.2312/egst.20041024 fatcat:of4sims3trcb5cuyyqjx7omoa4

Computer-Assisted Medical Education [chapter]

Bernhard Preim, Charl Botha
2014 Visual Computing for Medicine  
Thus, surgery simulation or surgery training with physical models and real surgical instruments represents a setting where situated learning is possible.  ...  This part starts with a discussion of the underlying techniques ( § 21.5), including haptics, collision detection, and soft tissue simulation.  ...  Arthroscopic Surgery A special and important example of endoscopic surgery is arthroscopic surgery, i.e., surgical interventions at the knee.  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-12-415873-3.00021-3 fatcat:ppmxm5nogffzhergpc3imhnd6a

Graphics, Vision, and Visualization in Medical Imaging: A State of the Art Report [article]

Norberto Ezquerra, Isabel Navazo, Tahia Infantes Morris, Eva Monclus
1999 Eurographics State of the Art Reports  
, and, for those actively engaged in the field, a timely -and possibly inspirational- reference.  ...  The overall objective is therefore to provide a "snap shot" of the field through a brief summary that will hopefully serve as a useful source of information for those wanting to learn more about the field  ...  Other surgery simulation applications include opthalmology [Hun95] , arthroscopic knee surgery [Gib97] , cephalopelvic distortion [Gei92] , birth delivery [Pro97a] , and trunk respiration simulation  ... 
doi:10.2312/egst.19991067 fatcat:xb3sv64whrh4vj22a6caleffby

Deformable Models for Surgical Simulation: A Survey

Jinao Zhang, Yongmin Zhong, Chengfan Gu
2018 IEEE Reviews in Biomedical Engineering  
It also examines linear and nonlinear deformable modeling, model internal forces, and numerical time integrations, together with modeling of soft tissue anisotropy, viscoelasticity, and compressibility  ...  It first introduces the challenges of surgical simulation, followed by discussions and analyses on the deformable models, which are classified into three categories: the heuristic modeling methodology,  ...  [51] proposed a shape-retaining 3D ChainMail, or S-Chain in short, for real-time haptic rendering.  ... 
doi:10.1109/rbme.2017.2773521 pmid:29990129 fatcat:r25zpt3vfvdrlhcypxvah6kopi

Robotics for Surgery

Robert D. Howe, Yoky Matsuoka
1999 Annual Review of Biomedical Engineering  
Limitations of this approach include slow visual rendering and the need for more resolution for haptic feedback.  ...  Systems have been developed for many procedures, including arthroscopic knee surgery (24) , tubal anastomosis (56) , and laparoscopic surgery (10).  ... 
doi:10.1146/annurev.bioeng.1.1.211 pmid:11701488 fatcat:4w4qsfsyofebxkonmbs4qsyo7i

The 2014 ABJS Nicolas Andry Award: The Puzzle of the Thumb: Mobility, Stability, and Demands in Opposition

Amy L. Ladd, Joseph J. Crisco, Elisabet Hagert, Jessica Rose, Arnold-Peter C. Weiss
2014 Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research  
The paradoxical demands of stability and mobility reflect the purpose and function of the human thumb.  ...  , Division of Anatomy, Department of Radiology, Department of Bioengineering; Stanford University Anatomy of Movement class; Brown University; and the Karolinska Institutet.  ...  Acknowledgments The breadth of collaborative colleagues includes medical students, graduate students, residents; colleagues at the Stanford University Chase Hand Center, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11999-014-3901-6 pmid:25171934 pmcid:PMC4397810 fatcat:qgneu7dkzfb6lmx7fdene34yzy

Design and Implementation of a Virtual Reality System and Its Application to Training Medical First Responders

Sharon Stansfield, Daniel Shawver, Annette Sobel, Monica Prasad, Lydia Tapia
2000 Presence - Teleoperators and Virtual Environments  
The underlying intelligent simulation component creates an interactive, responsive world in which the consequences of such actions are presented within a realistic, time-critical scenario.  ...  The system supports the manipulation of virtual objects, allowing users to act upon the environment in a natural manner.  ...  time to participate in the study).  ... 
doi:10.1162/105474600300040376 fatcat:jcn7dizrgbb3xdjs4pxswypyjm

Effectiveness of Virtual Reality Based Immersive Training for Education of Health Professionals: a Systematic Review [article]

Nayana Prasanna Karunasekera, University Of Canterbury
2012
In medical education and training, VR simulators use computer-generated objects on computer interface and allow the trainee or student to manipulate objects to receive feedback on the performance.  ...  In combination with existing opportunities to work with real patients, VR based training can increase the range of experience to learn about and deal with medical problems as learners and practitioners  ...  Special emphasis is on a high-fidelity representation of the operation area and a natural sensation of virtual objects using haptic input devices with possibilities for real-time interaction.  ... 
doi:10.26021/9409 fatcat:34xssm4tb5ds5klbpusdeco3ca
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