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Accuracy of lesion boundary tracking in navigated breast tumor excision. SPIE Medical Imaging 2016. 9786, 97860Y-1-6.(2016).
Breast-Conserving Surgery using NaviKnife Technology: Pilot Study on Non-Palpable Tumors. Canadian Surgery Forum 2016.(2016).
Clinical Translation of Real Time Cautery Navigation for Breast Surgery. The Hamlyn Symposium on Medical Robotics. 19-20.(2015).
Intraoperative user interface for navigated breast tumor surgery. Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery, 30th International Congress. 11(Suppl. 1), S108-9.(2016).
Navigated breast tumor excision using electromagnetically tracked ultrasound and surgical instruments. IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering.(2015).
Quantification of tumor localization needle displacement prior to tumor excision in navigated lumpectomy. 15th Annual Imaging Network of Ontario (ImNO).(2017).
Real Time Navigation In Breast Tumor Surgery. Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery, 29th International Congress. 10(Suppl 1), S59-60.(2015).
Real-time electromagnetic navigation for breast tumor resection: proof of concept. The Seventeenth Annual Scientific Meeting for Health Science Research Trainees.(2014).
Real-Time Electromagnetic Navigation for Breast Tumor Resection: Proof of Concept. Canadian Surgery Forum.(2014).
Real-time electromagnetic navigation for breast tumor resection: proof of concept. The Hamlyn Symposium on Medical Robotics. 39-40.(2014).
Real-time EM navigated breast conserving surgery: phantom and cadaver experiments. Seventh Image Guided Therapy Workshop (MICCAI).(2014).
Real‐time electromagnetic navigation for breast‐conserving surgery using NaviKnife technology: A matched case‐control study. The Breast Journal. 26, 399-405.(2020).
Safety and Feasibility Study for Real-Time Electromagnetic Navigation in Breast-Conserving Surgery. Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery, 30th International Congress. 11(Suppl. 1), S106-7.(2016).
Virtual views controlled by surgical tools for computer assisted interventions. 15th Annual Imaging Network Ontario Symposium (ImNO).(2017).
Visual feedback mounted on surgical tool: proof of concept. SPIE Medical Imaging 2016. 9786,(2016).