DICOM Sup. 131 and 134 Bone Mounted Implants Implants Stents, Valves, … Many more Hip Shoulder Dental Spine Middle Ear Implant Repository: Bone Mounted Implant Template Storage SOP Class Patient Specific Plan / Report: Implantation Plan Document SOP Class General Surface Mesh Module Encapsulated HPGL 2 Based on SR
contain (anatomical) landmarks for registration with patient images,
contain information about indication, and
can consist of several components,
Component assembly is described:
and degrees of freedom.
Information Model - Implant Templates Implant Component 1 1-n Surface Model Fiducial Manufacturer Frame of Reference 1 1-n 1 1-n 1 0-n Contact 0-n 1-n accepts has has has spatially defines produces consists of 1 0-n 1 0-1 2D Template has 1 0-n
Implants for different purposes differ very much in the Attributes and landmarks that describe them.
We propose an encoding mechanism that leaves room for a lot of flexibility.
Only the Attributes that are applicable to the type of implant that is described in one Instance need to be present.
General Implant Attributes Hip Joint Assembly Dental Implant
Implantation Plan SR Document: Features Registration Templates (Implant Components) Patient Image Visualization Anatomical Fiducials Implantation Plan Assembly description Planning Information Derived Fiducials Images: ENDOTEC
Information Model - Implantation Plan SR Document Implant IOD Surface Model Fiducials Implantation Plan SR contains references Registration IOD Image IOD Surface Seg. IOD Spatial Fiducials IOD refers to spatially aligns 2D Templates
Thank you very much for your attention! Acknowledgements The Innovation Center Computer Assisted Surgery (ICCAS) at the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Leipzig is funded by the German Federal Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF) and the Saxon Ministry of Science and the Fine Arts (SMWK) in the scope of the initiative “Unternehmen Region” with the grant numbers 03 ZIK 031 and 03 ZIK 032. Gefördert im Rahmen der Technologieförderung mit Mitteln des Europäischen Fonds für regionale Entwicklung (EFRE) und mit Mitteln des Freistaates Sachsen.