EN 600.245 Foundations of Computer Integrated Surgery

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EN 600.245 Foundations of Computer Integrated Surgery

Dr. Rajesh Kumar

Off
ice: CSEB 117,


(410)516
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6708

E
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mail: rajesh at
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jhu
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dot
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edu

This course provides an introduction to computer
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integrated surgery (CIS). An overview of each major
component of a CIS system, and basic concepts applicable to these components are presented. CIS
components are reviewed through applications and clinical s
ystems currently in use or under
development. You will be able to understand what technologies may be used in any CIS application and
the role they play in that application based on the material presented, and laboratories performed in
this class. However,

this is a foundations class and does not aim to present material in details sufficient
for stand
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alone implementation/usage of methods/technologies presented. Advanced
undergraduate/graduate classes are recommended to students (a list included in class le
ctures)
interested in continuing to investigate CIS applications in greater detail.

There is no required text. Course materials will be self
-
contained and sufficient.

Course Topics

Each week focuses on a major component of CIS, beginning wit an overview,

followed by introduction to
imaging, navigation/registration, and intervention systems.

Class Schedule

Date

No.

Topic

Description

7/02


1

Organization and
Introduction

Course description and content organization, introduction to CIS
paradigms and systems. Overview of major CIS areas.

7/03


2

Mathematical background

Basic math
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2D/3D geometry, elementary linear algebra.
(Homework 1)

7/06


3

Mathematical elements of
CIS/Robots

Robotic CIS systems, and basic robotics concepts

7/09


4

Visual Imaging

Principles of visual imaging, imagers, monoscopic and
stereoscopic imaging and displays

7/10


5

Sensing: X Ray and
Ultrasound

Diagnostic imaging techniques and uses (Homework 2,
Homework 1 due)

7/13


6

Sensing: Volumetric Imaging

Introduction to Magnetic Resonance Imaging and CT.

7/16


7

Navigation: Introduction

Overview of surgical navigation systems, basic registration
methods

7/17


8

Laboratory

Introduction to surgery and surgical tools (at MISTC, laboratory
may move to another class date)
.

7/20

9

Navigation: continued

Surgical navigation continued.

7/23


10


Intervention: Overview,
robots for bone surgery.

Overview of ro
botics, robots for bone surgery
. No online class
notes. (Homework 3, Homework 2 due)

7/24


11


Intervention: teleoperation.

Robotic systems for teleoperation, Teleoperation laboratory
preparation. No online class notes.

7/27


12


L
aboratory.

Teleoperation laboratory (at MISTC, laboratory may move to
another class date
, Homework 3 due, Essay assigned). No online
class notes.

7/30


13


Intervention: Other robots

Systems for soft tissue surgery, and neurosurgery.

7/31


14


Intervention: directly
manipulated robots

Minimally invasive directly manipulated robotic systems (Essay
due).

8/03


15


Review

Class conclusion and review.

Grading

Your final grade will be a combination of
three homework assignments

and an essay. Students are
encouraged to discuss problems presented or solved in class (and not assigned) however you are
expected to work alone on the homework.

Attendance

You are expected to attend and actively participate in class sessions. This found
ation course tries to
present a large area of research in very few lectures. Inevitably, students who do not attend regularly
will find the assignments difficult. You are responsible for all material presented while you are absent. If
you have trouble or n
eed extra help, don't hesitate to contact me.

Ethics Policy

Usual JHU and department of computer science ethics policies. Please see the ethics board website
(
http://ethics.jhu.edu
) for details.