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Lecture Notes in Computational Vision and Biomechanics
Ultrasound is an increasingly popular imaging modality in image-guided interventions, due to its safety, accessibility, and low cost. But ultrasound imaging has a steep learning curve, and requires significant coordination skills from the operator. It is difficult to interpret cross-sectional anatomy in arbitrary angles, and even more challenging to orient a needle with respect to the ultrasound plane. Position tracking technology is a promising augmentation method to ultrasound imaging. Bothdoi:10.1007/978-3-319-12508-4_15 fatcat:uzgt4n7fmzcpxjdthieneqgrlq