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Interventional Imaging

K Li1*, A Martin2*, T Reynolds3*, B Pogue4*, (1) University of Wisconsin-Madison, Middleton, WI, (2) UCSF, San Francisco, CA, (3) University of Sydney, Eveleigh,AU, (4) University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI


MO-AB-201-0 (Monday, 7/11/2022) 7:30 AM - 9:30 AM [Eastern Time (GMT-4)]

Room 201

The prevalence of interventional imaging continues to grow, expanding across a variety of modalities, facilitating increases in procedure accuracy, shorter operative times and reducing surgical revision probability. However, the full potential of interventional imaging, independent of modality, has yet to be reached.

Here, we investigate some of the most recent advances in interventional imaging, providing unmet interventional image quality, precision guidance and expansion of imaging techniques to novel applications. For example, recent advances in semiconductor photon counting detectors have opened up opportunities for improving the low-contrast detectability and material differentiation capability of C-arm interventional imaging systems. Additionally, magnetic resonance imaging has shown promise for guiding minimally invasive neurosurgery procedures and its application to endovascular interventions continues to be explored. Further, as the use of robotic CBCT imaging continues to expand to more disciplines, so must the image techniques to fulfil specific procedural requirements. Here we consider the CBCT imaging advances that are facilitating orthopedic interventions. Finally, imaging systems that make use of molecular fluorescent contrast agents are being advanced in neurosurgery and reconstructive surgery largely, with advances in new agents and camera systems.

Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the benefits of both spectral and nonspectral photon counting imaging for neuro and body interventions
2. To understand the challenges and benefits of utilizing MR imaging to guide interventional procedures.
3. To understand the growing role of intraoperative CBCT for musculoskeletal trauma.
4. To understand the use of fluorescence in surgery for perfusion & metabolism resection guidance



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