CAMI Computer Assisted Medical Interventions
The ultimate objective of the Computer-Aided Medical Interventions (CAMI) research group is clinical : the purpose is to assist the physician or surgeon in the successful execution of diagnostic or therapeutic gestures by minimizing invasiveness whilst improving accuracy. This general objective involves the quantitative processing of multi-modal patient data and medical knowledge, the fusion of all those information, the planning of an optimal strategy for diagnosis and therapy and the ability to transfer safely and accurately this plan to the operative conditions. This last stage is performed through navigational or robotic assistance. Simulation may also assist the planning phase or the educational part of surgery. This general framework results in multi-disciplinary research, technological development, clinical evaluation and industrial dissemination. The CAMI group activity follows those lines.