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This article was originally published in Clinica
Executive Summary Computer-based technologies hold great potential for improving the clinical outcomes of patients and will influence the way many surgeons design, plan, simulate, and perform surgery. In the last few years, automated, and computer-assisted techniques have found increased use in surgical procedures as tools for performing difficult neurosurgery, cranio-facial surgery, and orthopedic procedures. These techniques give the surgeon more advanced capabilities than ever were available before, such as preoperative planning and intraoperative navigation using accurate medical imaging data.
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