Perspectives on Image-Guided Transapical Beating Heart Aortic Valve Intervention
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Image-guided interventional systems become an essential part of the modern minimally invasive surgical procedures, especially for the cardiac surgery. Transapical aortic valve implantation (TAVI) is a recently developed surgical technique to treat severe aortic valve stenosis in elderly and high-risk patients. The placement of stented aortic valve prosthesis is crucial and typically performed under live 2-D fluoroscopy guidance. To assist the placement of the prosthesis during the surgical procedure, a few image-guided TAVI systems have been developed. This work therefore presents current difficulties and challenges of these guidance systems, with consideration of future prospects.

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Categories: Registration, Segmentation
Keywords: computer-assisted intervention, minimally invasive cardiac surgery, C-arm CT system, X-ray fluoroscopy
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