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Title: Real-time monitoring for brain tissue deformation during surgery
Authors: Shukal, Sudha.
Keywords: DRNTU::Engineering::Mechanical engineering
Issue Date: 2011
Abstract: As conventional open surgical techniques are fast being replaced with recent advanced techniques that are either minimally invasive or completely non-invasive, the development in Image-Guided NeuroSurgery (IGNS) has played a pivotal function in minimizing invasive neurosurgery. However, inIGNS a major source of concern is error due to brain tissue dislocation and deformation during neurosurgical standard operating procedures (SOP).
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