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24 October 1984 3D Graphics For Interactive Surgical Simulation And Implant Design
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The combination of user-friendly, highly interactive software, 3D graphics, and the high-resolution detailed views of anatomy afforded by X-ray computer tomography and magnetic resonance imaging can provide surgeons with the ability to plan and practice complex surgeries. In addition to providing a realistic and manipulable 3D graphics display, this system can drive a milling machine in order to produce physical models of the anatomy or prosthetic devices and implants which have been designed using its interactive graphics editing facilities.
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P. Dev, L. L. Fellingham, A. Vassiliadis, S. T. Woolson, D. N. White, and S. L. Young "3D Graphics For Interactive Surgical Simulation And Implant Design", Proc. SPIE 0507, Processing and Display of Three-Dimensional Data II, (24 October 1984); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.944937
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