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David Anthony Simon, Kevin T Foley, Thomas Andrew Carls, Anthony J Melkent: Trajectory storage apparatus and method for surgical navigation systems. Surgical Navigation Technologies, Harness Dickey & Pierce, July 19, 2005: US06920347 (158 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and methods are disclosed for use within an image-guided surgical navigation system for the storage and measurement of trajectories for surgical instruments. An icon representing the real-time trajectory of a tracked instrument is overlaid on one or more pre-acquired images of the patient. ...


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David Anthnoy Simon, Kevin T Foley, Thomas Andrew Carls, Anthony J Melkent: Trajectory storage apparatus and method for surgical navigation system. Surgical Navigation Technologies, Harness Dickey & Pierce, March 18, 2003: US06535756 (136 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and methods are disclosed for use within an image-guided surgical navigation system for the storage and measurement of trajectories for surgical instruments. An icon representing the real-time trajectory of a tracked instrument is overlaid on one or more pre-acquired images of the patient. ...


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David Anthony Simon, Kevin T Foley, Thomas Andrew Carls, Anthony J Melkent: Trajectory storage apparatus and method for surgical navigation systems. Harness Dickey & Pierce, February 6, 2003: US20030028091-A1

Apparatus and methods are disclosed for use within an image-guided surgical navigation system for the storage and measurement of trajectories for surgical instruments. An icon representing the real-time trajectory of a tracked instrument is overlaid on one or more pre-acquired images of the patient. ...


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David Anthony Simon, Kevin T Foley, Thomas Andrew Carls, Anthony J Melkent: Trajectory storage apparatus and method for surgical navigation systems. Harness Dickey & Pierce, October 20, 2005: US20050234335-A1

A method and apparatus for determining, calculating, and/or viewing a trajectory. The trajectory can be displayed on a display relative to image data of a patient. A user can use the system to determine relationships between two or more trajectories that have been determined. The relationships can b ...


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David Anthony Simon, Kevin T Foley, Thomas Andrew Carls, Anthony J Melkent: Trajectory Storage Apparatus And Method For Surgical Navigation Systems. Medtronic Navigation, March 31, 2011: US20110077508-A1

A method and apparatus for determining, calculating, and/or viewing a trajectory. The trajectory can be displayed on a display relative to image data of a patient. A user can use the system to determine relationships between two or more trajectories that have been determined. The relationships can b ...