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With the recent introduction of fully assisting scanner technologies by Siemens Healthineers (Erlangen, Germany), a patient surface model was introduced to the diagnostic imaging device market. Such a patient representation can be used to automate and accelerate the clinical imaging workflow, manage patient dose, and provide navigation assistance for computed tomography diagnostic imaging. In addition to diagnostic imaging, a patient surface model has also tremendous potential to simplify interventional imaging. For example, if the anatomy of a patient was known, a robotic angiography system could be automatically positioned such that the organ of interest is positioned in the system's iso-center offering a good and flexible view on the underlying patient anatomy quickly and without any additional X-ray dose.
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Name: International journal of computer assisted radiology and surgery
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