(盈予)骨折手術之電腦輔助術前規劃系統發展

Project Details

Description

Bone disruption is among the most complex injuries in orthopedic surgery because of the complex fracture patterns in many bone structures. Current preoperative planning with two-dimensional medical images faces many problems, such as difficulty in evaluating all fragments, not enough information for operative decision-making, time-consuming in plate-bending during surgery and no effective virtual or physical models for surgical evaluation. Therefore, it always takes substantial learning time for younger surgeons to be familiar with various kinds of bone surgeries. In this project, a preoperative planning system in terms of 3D medical images and models is developed for the pre-surgical assessment, planning and simulation of bone surgery. It establishes the three-dimensional bone model from CT images and enables the segmentation of all bone models, including regular and fractured parts. A bone reduction module can be employed to align the fractured fragments.
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date1/06/1531/05/16

Keywords

  • 3D medical image
  • preoperative planning
  • bone segmentation
  • bone reduction
  • implantplacement
  • bone surgery
  • surgical simulation

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