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2016 IEEE International Conference on Mechatronics and Automation
Neurological intervention surgery (NIS) is surgery branch vascular interventional surgery, one kind of the minimally invasive. And it has become the mainstream of the treatment in the cerebrovascular disease. Robotic surgery system with the functions of haptic feedback and the doctor-patient separation has enormous significance for the development of NIS. However, in previous studies, the haptic feedback greatly affected the motion detection accuracy. This paper presents a novel interventionaldoi:10.1109/icma.2016.7558611 fatcat:dwiyzahwwnfwxlyyham4gl3eea