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Computer-assisted interventions are medical procedures that rely on image guidance and computer-based systems to provide visualisation and navigation information to the clinician, when direct vision of the sites or targets to be treated is not available, during minimally invasive procedures. Recent advances in medical image acquisition and processing, accompanied by technological breakthroughs in image fusion, visualisation and display have accelerated the adoption of minimally invasivedoi:10.1049/htl.2014.0058 pmid:26609367 pmcid:PMC4614348 fatcat:xbzjz3ufx5acrdik6m3cjl4xci