Registration using 3D-printed rigid templates outperforms manually scanned surface matching in image-guided temporal bone surgery

Makoto Yamashita, Nozomu Matsumoto, Byunghyun Cho, Noritaka Komune, Shinya Onogi, Jongseung Lee, Jordan Ezechiel Felix Bano, Tomohiko Akahoshi, Makoto Hashizume

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Purpose: Image-guided surgery (IGS) for otological procedures requires minimal invasiveness and a high degree of accuracy. We have recently developed a noninvasive registration method, the Surface Template-Assisted Marker Positioning (STAMP) method, which uses a rigid template of the surface of the temporal bone. However, the STAMP method is not applicable when the bony surface is not exposed, such as in endoscopic surgery. Thus, we extended our research to apply the STAMP method onto the skin and tested its feasibility in this study. Methods: We designed a phantom made of a rigid box and soft material for the study. The target registration error (TRE) was measured at preset measuring points in the phantom. We modified the STAMP method to be applicable for use on the skin around the ears (S-STAMP). The same phantom was also registered using the conventional, manually scanned surface matching method. We compared the TRE after the different registration methods. Results: The TRE after the S-STAMP registration method was significantly smaller than that of the conventional surface matching method at all error measurement points in the phantom. However, the TRE after the S-STAMP registration method was significantly larger than that of paired point registration using invasive fiducial markers. Conclusions: The S-STAMP method using a rigid template on the soft surface yields a significantly smaller TRE than that of conventional, manually scanned surface matching registration. This strategy provides an alternative option to improve the accuracy of IGS without loading patients with additional invasive procedures.

元の言語英語
ページ(範囲)2119-2127
ページ数9
ジャーナルInternational journal of computer assisted radiology and surgery
11
発行部数11
DOI
出版物ステータス出版済み - 11 1 2016

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Temporal Bone
Surgery
Bone
Computer-Assisted Surgery
Skin
Fiducial Markers
Feasibility Studies
Measurement errors
Ear

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Surgery
  • Radiology Nuclear Medicine and imaging
  • Health Informatics

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Registration using 3D-printed rigid templates outperforms manually scanned surface matching in image-guided temporal bone surgery. / Yamashita, Makoto; Matsumoto, Nozomu; Cho, Byunghyun; Komune, Noritaka; Onogi, Shinya; Lee, Jongseung; Bano, Jordan Ezechiel Felix; Akahoshi, Tomohiko; Hashizume, Makoto.

:: International journal of computer assisted radiology and surgery, 巻 11, 番号 11, 01.11.2016, p. 2119-2127.

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Yamashita, Makoto ; Matsumoto, Nozomu ; Cho, Byunghyun ; Komune, Noritaka ; Onogi, Shinya ; Lee, Jongseung ; Bano, Jordan Ezechiel Felix ; Akahoshi, Tomohiko ; Hashizume, Makoto. / Registration using 3D-printed rigid templates outperforms manually scanned surface matching in image-guided temporal bone surgery. :: International journal of computer assisted radiology and surgery. 2016 ; 巻 11, 番号 11. pp. 2119-2127.
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