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Velsink, F.L. (author)
master thesis 2017
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van Bodegom, R.M.G.P. (author)
Background: Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS) gained increasing support in the surgical community over the last decades. Due to the rigid tip of current used rigid instruments the maneuverability is limited during a procedure. To increase maneuverability steerable instruments have been developed. However current handheld steerable instruments...
master thesis 2017
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Gottenbos, S. (author)
Surgical procedures are shifting towards Minimal Invasive Surgery (MIS). Surgeons are currently limited in their actions by the straight rigid instruments available to them. Devices capable of navigating along curved trajectories increase a surgeon's workspace, which can benefit surgical performance. This paper shortly goes over the state of the...
master thesis 2016
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Van den Berg, F.H. (author)
Long slender instruments used in Endonasal Surgery have two main limitations, the first being that current instruments have a fixed shape so that difficult positioned lesions cannot be reached. The other limitation is caused by the colliding of instrument shafts when multiple shafts are inserted in the surgical corridor, reducing the instrument...
master thesis 2015
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