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    Title: The Occlusion-Adjusted Prefabricated 3D Mirror Image Templates by Computer Simulation The Image-Guided Navigation System Application in Difficult Cases of Head and Neck Reconstruction
    Authors: Cheng,HT;Wu,CI;Tseng,CS;Chen,HC;Lee,WS;Chen,PKT;Chang,SCN
    Contributors: 生物醫學工程研究所
    Date: 2009
    Issue Date: 2010-06-29 17:54:23 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 中央大學
    Abstract: Computer applications in head and neck reconstruction are rapidly emerging and create not only a virtual environment for presurgical planning, but also help in image-guided navigational Surgery. This study evaluates the use of prefabricated 3-dimensional (3D) mirror image templates made by computer-simulated adjusted occlusions to assist in microvascular prefabricated flap insertion during reconstructive surgery. Five patients underwent tumor ablation surgery in 1999 and survived for 8 years. Four of the patients with malignancy received radiation therapy. All patients in this study suffered from severe malocclusion causing trismus, headache, temporomandibular joint pain, an unsymmetrical face, and the inability of further osseointegrated teeth insertion. They underwent a 3D computer tomography examination and the non-processed raw data were sent for computer simulation in adjusting occlusion; thus, a mirror image template could, be fabricated for microsurgical flap guidance. The computer simulated occlusion was acceptable and facial symmetry obtained. The use of the template resulted in a shorter operation time and recovery was as expected. The computer-simulated occlusion-adjusted 3D mirror image templates aid in the use of free vascularized bone flaps for restoring continuity to the mandible. The coordinated arch will help with further osseointegration teeth insertion.
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