Total hip arthroplasty is the most frequently performed artificial joint replacement in the human body. During the planning phase, it is necessary to identify anatomical parameters and landmarks to take the individual anatomy and biomechanics of the patient into account. A manual identification, requires medical knowledge, is time-consuming and error-prone. Therefore, a robust and automatic detection process is preferable. A framework was developed to determine patient-specific parameters and landmarks of the pelvic bones. This is the basis for investigations of the relationship between pelvic morphology and functional parameters, such as pelvic tilt.
- Patient-specific Target Zone for Implant Placement in Total Hip Arthroplasty
- Patient-specific Simulation of the Hip Joint Force for Planning of Total Hip Replacement
- M.C.M. Fischer, F. Krooß, J. Habor & K. Radermacher: A robust method for automatic identification of landmarks on surface models of the pelvis. Scientific Reports, 2019, 9(13322), pp. 1-10
- M.C.M. Fischer, S. Schörner, S. Rohde, C. Lüring & K. Radermacher: Relationship between pelvic morphology and functional parameters in standing position for patient-specific cup planning in THA. In: K. Radermacher & F. Rodriguez Y Baena (ed.): CAOS2017. EPiC Series in Health Sciences, 1, 2017, pp. 88-92
Dipl.-Ing. Maximilian Fischer
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