Pérez, F.; Vera, S.; Lara, L.; Ares, M.; Royo, S.; Campderrós, L.; Panyella, D.; Herrero-Jover, J.; González Ballester, Miguel A. International journal of computer assisted radiology and sugery Vol. 7, p. S421-S422 Data de publicació: 2012 Article en revista
Vazquez, P.; Götzelmann, T.; Hartmann, K.; Nürnberger, A. International journal of computer assisted radiology and sugery Vol. 3, num. 6, p. 511-524 DOI: 10.1007/s11548-008-0251-4 Data de publicació: 2008-12 Article en revista
Object: This paper presents a 3D framework for Anatomy teaching. We are mainly concerned with the proper understanding
of human anatomical 3D structures.
Materials and methods: The main idea of our approach is taking an electronic book such as Henry Gray’s Anatomy of the human body, and a set of 3D models properly labeled, and
constructing the correct linking that allows users to perform mutual searches between both media.
Results: We implemented a system where learners can interactively explore textual descriptions and 3D visualizations.
Conclusion: Our approach allows easily performing two search tasks: first, the user may select a text region and get a view showing the objects that contain the selected structures, and second, using the interactive exploration of a 3D model the user may automatically search for the textual description of the structures visible in the current view.
Hueto, J.; Diaz, J.; Monclús, E.; Navazo, I.; Vazquez, P.; Raspall, G. International journal of computer assisted radiology and sugery Vol. 3, num. 3-4, p. S292 Data de publicació: 2008-09 Article en revista
Conventional treatment of the subcondylar fractures of the mandible is challenging because of the medial and anterior displacement of the condylar fragment and the limited surgical field. Proximity of facial nerve, carotid artery branches, parotid gland, and ear canal are risk
factors to open surgical procedures. In these fractures a proper reduction and osteosynthesis are always difficult, even if using open procedures. The recent endoscopic approach allows a perfect control and
vision of the fragments, and it also permits an anatomic reduction and plating of the fracture avoiding risks associated to the open surgery. Surgical training for these endoscopic procedures is difficult,
especially in those cases in which surgeons are not familiar with endoscopic interventions and they still don’t have skills to work while looking at the screen. Simulators are friendly and risk free systems to train surgeons to operate with endoscopes.