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Sunderland, K. R., Pinter C., Lasso A., & Fichtinger G. (2017).  Fractional labelmaps for computing accurate dose volume histograms. SPIE Medical Imaging. PDF icon Sunderland2017a.pdf (579.92 KB)
Wiercigroch, J., Hashtrudi-Zaad K., Ungi T., Bisleri G., & Fichtinger G. (2020).  Force and torque feedback in endoscopic vessel harvesting. Medical Imaging 2020: Image-Guided Procedures, Robotic Inverventions and Modeling. 11315, PDF icon Wiercigroch2020a.pdf (401.53 KB)
Tang, T., Ellis R., & Fichtinger G. (2000).  Fiducial registration from a single X-ray image: a new technique for fluoroscopy guidance and radiotherapy. Lecture Notes in Computer Science Medical Image Computing and Computer-Assisted Intervention (MICCAI). 1935, 27-41.PDF icon Tang2000.pdf (128.97 KB)
O'Driscoll, O., Hisey R., Holden M., Camire D., Erb J., Howes D., et al. (2022).  Feasibility of using object detection for performance assessment in central venous catherization. Imaging Network of Ontario Symposium. PDF icon ODriscoll2022b.pdf (183 KB)
Holden, M., Ungi T., Sargent D., McGraw R. C., Chen E. C. S., Ganapathy S., et al. (2014).  Feasibility of Real-Time Workflow Segmentation for Tracked Needle Interventions. IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering. 61, 1720-1728.PDF icon Holden2014a-Manuscript.pdf (631.07 KB)
O'Driscoll, O., Hisey R., Holden M., Camire D., Erb J., Howes D., et al. (2022).  Feasibility of object detection for skill assessment in central venous catheterization. SPIE Medical Imaging. PDF icon ODriscoll2022a.pdf (629.59 KB)
Connolly, L., Jamzad A., Nikniazi A., Poushimin R., Nunzi J. Michel, Rudan J., et al. (2022).  Feasibility of combined optical and acoustic imaging for surgical cavity scanning. SPIE Medical Imaging 2022: Image-Guided Procedures, Robotic Interventions, and Modeling. 12034(120341H), 
Herniczek, S. Kotwicz, Lasso A., Ungi T., & Fichtinger G. (2014).  Feasibility of a touch-free user interface for ultrasound snapshot-guided nephrostomy. SPIE Medical Imaging 2014: Image-Guided Procedures, Robotic Interventions, and Modeling. 9036, 90362F.PDF icon Kotwicz2014.pdf (330.8 KB)
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Sadjadi, H., Hashtrudi-Zaad K., Xu H., & Fichtinger G. (2013).  Experimental evaluation of needle deflection estimation for brachytherapy. Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery (CARS 2013). PDF icon Sadjadi2013b.pdf (238.73 KB)
Yeo, C. T., Davison C., Ungi T., Holden M., Fichtinger G., & McGraw R. C. (2015).  Examination of learning trajectories for simulated lumbar puncture training using hand motion analysis. Academic Emergency Medicine. 22, 1187-1195.
Fichtinger, G. (1988).  Evolving Standards in Computer Graphics. Hungarian Journal of Automation. 10, 30-36.
House, R., Lasso A., Harish V., Baum Z. M. C., & Fichtinger G. (2017).  Evaluation of the Intel RealSense SR300 camera for image-guided interventions and application in vertebral level localization. SPIE Medical Imaging . PDF icon House2017a.pdf (754 KB)
Fischer, G., Weiss C., Dyer E., Csoma C., Degeut A., Carrino J. A., et al. (2007).  Evaluation of MR Image Overlay for Spinal Interventions. International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 15th Scientific Meeting - ISMRM. 3394.
U-Thainual, P., Fritz J., Cho N. Bongjoon, Ungi T., Segundo AJM., Carrino J. A., et al. (2010).  Evaluation of accuracy and clinical feasibility of the MR-compatible image overlay. 8th Interventional MRI Symposium. PDF icon 8th Interventional MRI Symposium_Abstract_paweena.pdf (200.26 KB)PDF icon 8th_iMRI_poster_paweena_Final.pdf (1.71 MB)
Baum, Z. M. C., Ungi T., Lasso A., & Fichtinger G. (2017).  Evaluation of a mobile, real-time, tracked augmented reality display for surgical navigation. 15th Annual Imaging Network Ontario Symposiuim. PDF icon Baum2017b.pdf (276.46 KB)
Choueib, S., Pinter C., Lasso A., Fillion-Robin J-CC., Vimort J-B., Martin K., et al. (2019).  Evaluation of 3D Slicer as a medical virtual reality visualization platform. SPIE Medical Imaging 2019: Image-Guided Procedures, Robotic Interventions, and Modeling. 10951, PDF icon Choueib2019a.pdf (746.97 KB)
Lougheed, M., Fichtinger G., & Ungi T. (2015).  Evaluation metrics for bone segmentation in ultrasound. SPIE Medical Imaging 2015. 9415,
Lee, H.Y. (2022).  Evaluating Faster R-CNN for cataract surgery tool detection using microscopy video. (Hisey, R., Ed.).Imaging Network of Ontario Symposium.
Masamune, K., Degeut A., Mathieu H., Zinreich J., Taylor R. H., Sauer F., et al. (2003).  An Enhanced Reality System for Percutaneous needle placement Therapy inside X-ray CT Scanner. ARCS - Workshop on Augmented Reality in Computer Aided Surgery. 83.PDF icon Masamune2003.pdf (39.25 KB)
Lugez, E., Sadjadi H., Joshi C.P., Akl S. G., & Fichtinger G. (2016).  Enhanced electromagnetic catheter tracking with application in high-dose-rate brachytherapy. Imaging Network Ontario (Imno). PDF icon Lugez2016a.pdf (270.13 KB)
Lasso, A., Pinter C., Choueib S., Ungi T., & Fichtinger G. (2019).  Enhance medical software applications with immersive virtual reality experience. Techna Symposium. PDF icon Lasso2019.pdf (1.05 MB)
Vaughan, T., Brastianos H., Lasso A., Westerland M., Ungi T., Falkson C., et al. (2016).  Electromagnetically-guided catheter insertions in breast phantoms for brachytherapy. 14th Annual Imaging Network Ontario Symposium (ImNO).
Vaughan, T., Brastianos H., Lasso A., Ungi T., Falkson C., & Fichtinger G. (2017).  Electromagnetically-generated catheter paths for breast brachytherapy. 15th Annual Imaging Network Ontario Symposium (ImNO). PDF icon Vaughan2017b.pdf (259.27 KB)
Qi, Y., Sadjadi H., Yeo C. T., Hashtrudi-Zaad K., & Fichtinger G. (2014).  Electromagnetic tracking performance analysis and optimization. International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC).
Lugez, E., Sadjadi H., Pichora D. R., Ellis R., Akl S. G., & Fichtinger G. (2014).  Electromagnetic tracking in surgical and interventional environments: usability study. Int J CARS. PDF icon art2Fs11548-014-1110-0.pdf (1.03 MB)

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