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Navigation only Displaying the Instrument's Tip

The basic form of navigation in computer-assisted surgery is the crossfading of the exact position of the instrument tip into the patient's 3D image data (CT/MRI/Cone-Beam) or 2D image data (C-arm). The position of the instrument tip is marked as a crosshair.
The procedure can be achieved with any instrument. Optionally, all instruments can even be calibrated by attaching a tracker during the operation and a so-called pivot point calibration. For safety reasons, we recommend the use of instruments with exact geometry and the optional flexibility of pivot point calibration.

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