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Augmented reality in neurosurgery

Raniel Tagaytayan, Arpad Kelemen, Cecilia Sik-Lanyi

Arch Med Sci 2018; 14, 3: 572–578
Online publish date: 2016/03/22
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Neurosurgery is a medical specialty that relies heavily on imaging. The use of computed tomography and magnetic resonance images during preoperative planning and intraoperative surgical navigation is vital to the success of the surgery and positive patient outcome. Augmented reality application in neurosurgery has the potential to revolutionize and change the way neurosurgeons plan and perform surgical procedures in the future. Augmented reality technology is currently commercially available for neurosurgery for simulation and training. However, the use of augmented reality in the clinical setting is still in its infancy. Researchers are now testing augmented reality system prototypes to determine and address the barriers and limitations of the technology before it can be widely accepted and used in the clinical setting.
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augmented reality, neurosurgery, immersive environment

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