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Aaron Carrano
Aaron W Carrano, Gopinath Kuduvalli, Michael J Saracen, Mohan Bodduluri: Imaging geometry for image-guided radiosurgery. Accuray Incorporated, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, November 27, 2007: US07302033 (22 worldwide citation)

A system and method for stereoscopically imaging a patient at multiple locations in a radiation treatment system with a variable imaging geometry to enable the delivery of radiation treatments from multiple ranges of treatment angles without obstructing the imaging system or the radiation treatment.


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Aaron Carrano
Aaron W Carrano, Gopinath Kuduvalli, Michael J Saracen, Mohan Bodduluri: Imaging geometry for image-guided radiosurgery. Accuray Incorporated, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, January 13, 2009: US07477722 (2 worldwide citation)

A system and method for stereoscopically imaging a patient at multiple locations in a radiation treatment system with variable imaging geometry to enable the delivery of radiation treatments from multiple ranges of treatment angles without obstructing the imaging system or the radiation treatment.


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Aaron Carrano
Aaron W Carrano, Gopinath Kuduvalli, Michael J Saracen, Mohan Bodduluri: Imaging geometry for image-guided radiosurgery. Accuray Incorporated, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, April 9, 2009: US20090092228-A1

A system and method for stereoscopically imaging a patient at multiple locations with a radiation treatment system using a common imaging center.


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Aaron Carrano
Aaron W Carrano, Gopinath Kuduvalli, Michael J Saracen, Mohan Bodduluri: Imaging geometry for image-guided radiosurgery. Daniel E Ovanezian, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, February 14, 2008: US20080037705-A1

A system and method for stereoscopically imaging a patient at multiple locations in a radiation treatment system with variable imaging geometry to enable the delivery of radiation treatments from multiple ranges of treatment angles without obstructing the imaging system or the radiation treatment.


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Aaron Carrano
Aaron W Carrano, Gopinath Kuduvalli, Michael J Saracen, Mohan Boddulari: Imaging geometry. Accuray Blakely, January 4, 2007: US20070003007-A1

A system and method for stereoscopically imaging a patient at multiple locations in a radiation treatment system to enable the delivery of radiation treatments from multiple ranges of treatment angles without obstructing the imaging system or the radiation treatment.


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Shiuh Yung James Chen, John D Carroll, Charles E Metz, Kenneth R Hoffmann: Method and apparatus for three-dimensional reconstruction of coronary vessels from angiographic images. Arch Development Corporation, Welsh & Katz, April 4, 2000: US06047080 (140 worldwide citation)

A method for in-room computer reconstruction of a three-dimensional (3-D) coronary arterial tree from routine biplane angiograms acquired at arbitrary angles and without using calibration objects. The method includes eight major steps: (1) acquiring biplane projection images of the coronary structur ...


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Nassir Navab: Method and apparatus for calibrating an intra-operative X-ray system. Siemens Corporate Research, Adel A Ahmed, July 13, 1999: US05923727 (120 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for calibrating an intra-operative X-ray system having an X-ray source and a detector includes an optical camera associated with the X-ray source; an optical camera associated with the detector; an X-ray phantom placed within a field of view of the X-ray system during an off-line process; ...


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Walter J Mack, Jean C Korta, Ernie R Hirt: Method and apparatus for three-dimensional input entry. Intel Corporation, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, March 6, 2001: US06198485 (60 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to a method and apparatus for providing three-dimensional (3-D) input data to a computer. A marker is moved in a 3-D work place. The marker has at least one unique feature distinctive from other objects in the 3-D work place. The movement of the marker in the 3-D wo ...


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Arun Krishnan, Narendra Ahuja: Imaging apparatus and method for determining range and determining focus information. Baker & Botts, September 26, 1995: US05453784 (36 worldwide citation)

A camera having an image plane which is adjustable with respect to the optical axis is used to determine range information from focus. This imaging geometry eliminates the usual focusing need of image plane movement by replacing the two standard mechanical actions of focusing and panning by panning ...


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Eric Saund, Andrew A Berlin: Platenless book scanning system with a general imaging geometry. Xerox Corporation, Thomas B Zell, June 2, 1998: US05760925 (32 worldwide citation)

An overhead scanning system records pages from bound documents in an upright and open condition. The scanning system is defined with a general imaging geometry that makes the scanning system readily portable, and provides the scanning system with a variable imaging area. Once an operator defines an ...



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