Imaging and Visualization in The Modern Operating Room

A Comprehensive Guide for Physicians

This volume provides a state of the art overview of tools for guiding surgeons in the modern operating room. The text explains how many modalities in the current armamentarium of radiologic imaging have been brought to the operating room for real time use. It also explains the current use of near infrared, fluorescent, and chemo-luminescent imaging to guide minimally invasive and open surgery to improve outcome. The book is separated into two sections. The first, discusses the biologic principles that underlie novel visualization of normal organs and pathology. The currently available equipment and equipment anticipated in the near future is covered. The second section summarizes current clinical applications of advanced imaging and visualization in the OR. Novel means of visualizing normal anatomic structures such as nerves, bile duct, and vessels that enhance safety of many operations are covered. Novel biologic imaging using radio-labeled and fluorescent-labeled molecular probes that allow identification of inflammation, vascular abnormalities, and cancer are also discussed.

Authored by scientists who pioneer research in optics and radiology, tool makers who use this knowledge to make surgical equipment, and surgeons who innovate the field of surgery using these new operative tools, Imaging and Visualization in the Modern Operating Room is a valuable guide for surgeons, residents and fellows entering the field.

Yuman Fong, M.D.Department of SurgeryCity of Hope National Medical CenterDuarte, CA, USAPier Cristoforo Giulianotti, M.D.Department of SurgeryUniversity of Illinois Hospital and Health Sciences SystemChicago, IL, USAJason S. Lewis, Ph.D.Department of RadiologyMemorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer CenterNew York, NY, USABas Groot Koerkamp, M.D.Department of SurgeryErasmus University Medical CenterRotterdam, The NetherlandsThomas Reiner, Ph.D.Department of RadiologyMemorial Sloan Kettering Cancer CenterNew York, NY, USA
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  • Ch. 1: Lighting in the Operating Room: Current Technologies and ConsiderationsJeffrey Berman, A.I.A., A.C.H.A., Robert Brian Leiter, Yuman Fong, M.D. Ch. 2: Optical Image-Guidance to Bridge the Gap Between Preoperative Planning and Postoperative ControlVasilis Ntziachristos, Ph.D., Pilar Beatriz Garcia Allende, Ph.D. Ch. 3: Fluorescents Probes Kai Cheng, Ph.D., Zhen Cheng, Ph.D. Ch. 4: Detectors for Intraoperative Molecular Imaging: From Probes to Scanners Farhad Daghighian, Ph.D., Yuman Fong, M.D. Ch. 5: Isotopes and Procedural Imaging Yachao Zhang, M.D., Thomas Reiner, Ph.D., Jason S. Lewis, Ph.D. Ch. 6: Radiologically Imageable NanoparticlesAileen L. Co, B.S., A.M. Sitarski, B.S., Jeremy L. Grant, B.A., M.A., Michael D. Mason, B.S., Ph.D.Ch. 7: Flat Panel CT and the Future of OR Imaging and NavigationIna Schwabenland, M.D., Dirk Sunderbrink, Georg Nollert, M.D., Ph.D., Christopher Dickman, M.D., Ph.D., Markus Weingarten, Ph.D., Andreas Meyer, John Benson, B.S., Philip Mewes, M.Sc., Peter Mountney, Ph.D., Li Zhang, Ph.D., Stephane Nicolau, Ph.D., Luc Soler, Chris Tihansky, B.S., M.B.A. Ch. 8: Cerenkov Luminescence Imaging Jan Grimm, M.D., Ph.D Ch. 9: Organ Deformation and Navigation Robert L. Galloway, Ph.D., Michael I. Miga, Ph.D. Ch. 10: Clinical Milestones for Optical Imaging  Jonathan Sorger, Ph.D.Ch. 11: 3D in the Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS) Operating Room: Cameras and Displays in the Evolution of MIS Brian J. Dunkin, M.D., F.A.C.S., Caroline Flowers, B.S.Ch. 12: Nanotechnology Approaches for Intra-procedural Molecular DiagnosticsCesar M. Castro, M.D., Hyungsoon Im, Ph.D., Hakoho Lee, Ph.D., Ralph Weissleder, M.D., Ph.D.Ch. 13: Ultra Small Fluorescent Silica Nanoparticles as Intraoperative Imaging Tools for Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment Michelle S. Bradbury, M.D., Ph.D., Mohan Pauliah, Ph.D., Ulrich Wiesner, M.D., Ph.D.Ch. 14: Image Processing Technologies for Motion CompensationClaudio Vinegoni, Ph.D., Sungon Lee, Ph.D., Ralph Weissleder, M.D., Ph.DCh. 15: Near Infra-red Imaging with Fluorescent Tracers in Robotic SurgeryPier Cristoforo Giulianotti, M.D., F.A.C.S., Despoina Daskalaki, M.D., Vivek Bindal, M.D., Kristin Patton, M.D.Ch. 16: New Preoperative Images, Surgical Planning and NavigationMichael A. Scherer, B.E., David A. Geller, M.D.Ch. 17: New Generation Radiosurgery and Inoperative GuidanceSegundo Jaime Gonzalez, M.D., Vivian Strong, M.D.Ch. 18: Breast Lesion Localization Nora Hansen, M.D.Ch. 19: Intraoperative Breast Imaging and Image-Guided Treatment ModalitiesArthur G. Lerner, M.D. Eric B. Whitacre, M.D.Ch. 20: Sentinel Lymph Node Mapping:  Current Practice and Future DevelopmentsV. Suzanne Klimberg, M.D., Evan K. Tummel, M.D.Ch. 21: Narrow Band CystoscopyHarry W. Herr, M.D.Ch. 22: Fluorescence Imaging of Human Bile and Biliary AnatomyTakeaki Ishizawa, M.D., Ph.D., Norihiro Kokudo, M.D., Ph.D.Ch. 23: PET Guided Interventions from Diagnosis to TreatmentSteve Solomon, M.D.
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Einband Taschenbuch
Herausgeber Yuman Fong, Pier Cristoforo Giulianotti, Jason Lewis, Bas Groot Koerkamp, Thomas Reiner
Seitenzahl 288
Erscheinungsdatum 12.10.2016
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-1-4939-5559-6
Verlag Springer Us
Maße (L/B/H) 25,4/17,8/1,6 cm
Abbildungen schwarz-weiss Illustrationen, farbige Illustrationen, Tabellen, schwarz-weiss
Auflage Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2015
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