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Augmented-Reality within Computer Assisted Orthopaedic Surgery Workflows: A Proof of Concept Study
The integration of augmented-reality (AR) in medical robotics has been shown to reduce cognitive burden and improve information management in the typically cluttered environment of computer-assisted surgery. A key benefit of such systems is the ability to generate a composite view of medical-informatics and the real environment, streamlining the pathway for delivering patient-specific data. Consequently, AR was integrated within an orthopaedic setting by designing a system that captured anddoi:10.29007/dswz fatcat:fnc5ll3suzgfdi3meoopznpmge