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Computer-Assisted Facial Traumatology
This project aims at assisting the planning of a facial traumatology.
For this, the fractured Zygomatic bone segment is isolated from a Computer Tomography exam. Then, a tool is provided to propose a repositioning of this segment, according to the healthy side of the face. Finally, the development of a specific navigation system for intraoperative guiding will be studied.
Maubleu S., Marecaux C., Chabanas M., Payan Y. & Boutault F. (2005). Computer-aided planning for zygomatic bone reconstruction in maxillofacial traumatology. Proceedings of the Second International Conference Surgetica’2005: Computer-Aided Medical Interventions: tools and applications, Sauramps Medical Eds., pp. 405-411. (PDF)
Collaborations : Toulouse University Hospital (Pr Boutault - Maxillo-Facial Department)
Status : First qualitative evaluations, clinical validation running (PHRC program)
More information :http://www-timc.imag.fr/Yohan.Payan/
Contact : Yohan.Payan@imag.fr