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Features of the Use of Methods of Planning and Conducting Surgical Interventions in Orthopedics with the Assested Technology of Additional Reality


Artem Evgenevich Mishvelov, Fail Orazmukhametovich Khanmukhometov,KametaRuslanbekovnaIdrisova, EvgeniyAleksandrovich Konovalov, Elina Maratovna Tsikanova, DjamilyaAzamatovnaGemueva, MariyaIgorevna Gorlova, Maxim Yurievich Kukharuck, Olga Aleksandrovna Baklanova, Fatima Ismailovna Urusova

The purpose of this work was to investigate the possibilities of using augmented reality and computer processing in the HoloDoctor program in traumatology (osteology), as well as to test in practice the methodology developed by us for planning and conducting surgical interventions on the skeleton with the assested technology of additional reality. The technique developed by us allows us to perform preoperative planning using original software and additional reality glasses (additional reality complex). During the operation, the additional reality complex performs assistance, providing access to the data of additional methods of examination of the patient and making an "overlay" on the operating field in glasses of additional reality of normal anatomy or previously performed MRI or CT data. A new method of simulation and use of augmented reality glasses with the HoloDoctor program for implantological treatment demonstrated a good visualization of both the anatomical features of the implant placement zone, the possibility for the surgeon to carefully study the intervention zone before the operation, to perform surgical intervention in the conditions of the patient's real anatomy, including with the use of augmented reality navigation. In 2019-2021, more than 40 operations were performed on the knee joints, ligaments and spine

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