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===== Purpose ===== ===== Purpose =====
-The project Team Visages has been working on imagery guided neurosurgery for many years. **These works aim at assisting the surgeon in the operation by using preoperative and intra-operative images of the patient**.\\+The Team MediCIS has been working on imagery guided neurosurgery for many years. **These works aim at assisting the surgeon in the operation by using preoperative and intra-operative images of the patient**.\\
A prototype of a software platform has already been developed : under the control of an engineer, the platform can communicate with the neuronavigation station of the surgery room in order to get important information, it computes a non-linear registration between pre-operative and intra-operative images, and it enables the surgeon to visualize many information during the operation. Indeed, after such registrations performed at various steps of the surgery, the surgeon can navigate through patient's pre-operative images : this is far more informative due to pre-operative imagery's quality (IRM notably) BUT this is all the more efficient since registrations are accurate and tools are robust and easy to use. A first version of this platform was setup in the surgery room of the hospital Pontchaillou at Rennes and has been tested for February 2008. A prototype of a software platform has already been developed : under the control of an engineer, the platform can communicate with the neuronavigation station of the surgery room in order to get important information, it computes a non-linear registration between pre-operative and intra-operative images, and it enables the surgeon to visualize many information during the operation. Indeed, after such registrations performed at various steps of the surgery, the surgeon can navigate through patient's pre-operative images : this is far more informative due to pre-operative imagery's quality (IRM notably) BUT this is all the more efficient since registrations are accurate and tools are robust and easy to use. A first version of this platform was setup in the surgery room of the hospital Pontchaillou at Rennes and has been tested for February 2008.
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**The main purpose of this job is to initiate the development of a complete image-guided-neurosurgery software platform which can be setup in the surgery room and readily used autonomously by the medical staff**. **The main purpose of this job is to initiate the development of a complete image-guided-neurosurgery software platform which can be setup in the surgery room and readily used autonomously by the medical staff**.
-For further information about this project's purpose, {{visages:workgroup:vignes:odl-vigne.pdf|please read this document (in French)}} .+For further information about this project's purpose, {{medicis:workgroup:vignes:odl-vigne.pdf|please read this document (in French)}} .
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