By Marc Garbey, Barbara Lee Bass, Scott Berceli, Christophe Collet, Pietro Cerveri
This severe quantity makes a speciality of using scientific imaging, clinical robotics, simulation, and knowledge know-how in surgical procedure. half I discusses computational surgical procedure and ailment administration and in particular breast conservative remedy, belly surgical procedure for melanoma, vascular occlusive illness and trauma medication. half II covers the position of photo processing and visualization in surgical intervention with a spotlight on case reports. half III provides the real function of robotics in photo pushed intervention. half IV presents a street map for modeling, simulation and experimental facts. half V offers in particular with the significance of teaching within the computational surgical procedure area.
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Computational Surgery and Dual Training: Computing, Robotics and Imaging by Marc Garbey, Barbara Lee Bass, Scott Berceli, Christophe Collet, Pietro Cerveri