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Surgeons may use hand gestures to manipulate MRI images in OR
Date:1/10/2013

er context for interpreting the gestures and reducing the browsing time.

"By observing the progress of the surgery we can tell what is the most likely image the surgeon will want to see next," Wachs said.

The researchers also are exploring context using a mock brain biopsy needle that can be tracked in the brain.

"The needle's location provides context, allowing the system to anticipate which images the surgeon will need to see next and reducing the number of gestures needed," Wachs said. "So instead of taking five minutes to browse, the surgeon gets there faster."

Sensors in the surgical needle reveal the position of its tip.


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Contact: Emil Venere
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