Robotic- and imaging-guided procedures in the MSK system
Percutaneous muskulo-skeletal (MSK) interventional procedures are usually performed under x-ray or ultrasound guidance. The technical progress in the modern Medicine led to the development of robotic and navigation platforms that can overcome some limitations of conventional interventional radiology.
Specifically these platforms can enable accurate targeting with different angulation in image guided intervention, biopsy and tumor ablation and can be used to reduce the procedure time, the radiation exposure, if performed under x-ray guidance, and the complication rate and increase the productivity in the execution of specific complex procedures.
- PubblicazioniSirioPercutaneous lung biopsy: comparison between an augmented reality CT navigation system and standard CT-guided technique
- PubblicazioniSirioPercutaneous lung biopsies: performance of an optical CT-based navigation system with a low-dose protocol
- PubblicazioniSirioPercutaneous low-dose CT-guided lung biopsy with an augmented reality navigation system: validation of the technique on 496 suspected lesions
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