COMPUTER-ASSISTED PLANNING IN CRANIOFACIAL SURGERY

Computer-Assisted Planning in Craniofacial Surgery

Recent advances in both scanning instruments and supporting software have made intraoperative 3D imaging a reality in today’s plastic and reconstructive surgery. 

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Pages 248
Taille 21 x 27
Type Relié
ISBN 9780323826686

Description détaillée : Computer-Assisted Planning in Craniofacial Surgery

Computer-Assisted Planning in Craniofacial Surgery provides authoritative, state-of-the-art information on when and how to apply technologies such as virtual planning, stereolithography, and navigation in the practice of craniofacial surgery.

This unique, clinically focused title discusses the history and evolution of current techniques, extensively covers the application of current technologies, and includes multidisciplinary perspectives throughout, providing a comprehensive, holistic view of this important topic. 

 

What are the Key Features of "Computer-Assisted Planning in Craniofacial Surgery" ?

  • Follows a standard format in each chapter: history of the topic, current literature and applications, key steps and techniques of virtual planning and navigation (with video), and pearls/pitfalls shared by a master surgeon with expertise in each particular area. 
  • Includes preoperative photographs and postoperative results, radiological and computerized imaging, and clinical photos throughout. 
  • Covers potential complications to be aware of in the postoperative period. 
  • Offers expert perspectives on computer-assisted planning from surgeons, physicists, engineers, and other industry leaders. 
  • An eBook version is included with purchase. The eBook allows you to access all of the text, figures and references, with the ability to search, customize your content, make notes and highlights, and have content read aloud. 

 

Who are the Authors of "Computer-Assisted Planning in Craniofacial Surgery" ?

Amir H Dorafshar, MBChB, FACS, FAAP, The John W. Curtain, MD, Chair of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Professor of Surgery and Neurological Surgery, Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, Illinois; USA

Joseph Lopez, MD

Russell R. Reid, MD, PhD, Bernard G. Sarnat Professor of Surgery and Craniofacial Research, Director of Cleft and Craniofacial Services, Residency Program Director, Section of Plastic Surgery, The University of Chicago Medicine & Biological Science, Chicago, Illinois, USA

Sommaire : Computer-Assisted Planning in Craniofacial Surgery

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1.The History of the CT Scan: How Computer-Assisted Tomography Changed the Landscape of Surgical Planning. We will review the advent of the CT scan, the evolution of CT technology, the different types of CT, and how the advances in technology led to the ability to model and plan surgeries.

2. DiY Stereolithography and 3D Printing The reader will learn about the history of stereolithography (3D models), the indications for stereolithography (when to use it), and given a "how to do it yourself" course enabling them to make their own 3D printed models in preparation of surgery (video).

3. Virtual Surgical Planning in Orthognathic Surgery: A Practical Workflow

The reader will be given practical steps on how to plan for an orthognathic case, starting with a CT scan, appropriate models, and planning goals.

4. Virtual Surgical Planning in Head and Neck Reconstruction: A Practical Workflow

The reader will be given practical steps on how to plan for a head and neck oncologic case, starting with a CT scan, appropriate models, and planning goals.

5. Virtual Surgical Planning in Cranial Surgery and Craniosynostosis: A Practical Workflow

The reader will be given practical steps on how to plan for a cranial surgery (skull) case, starting with a CT scan, appropriate models, and planning goals.

6. ABC in Surgical Navigation

The reader will learn the techniques of using navigation and computer-assisted guidance in the operating room with informative videos from illustrative cases.

7. Virtual Reality in Craniofacial Surgery

The reader will get a primer on the use of virtual reality and augmented reality in surgical planning and in the operating room.

8. Robots in Craniofacial Surgery

The reader will be given a futuristic view of the use of robots in craniofacial surgical cases

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