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 ======Constructing a Model of the Cochlea from OCT Images====== ======Constructing a Model of the Cochlea from OCT Images======
-**Last updated: 5/​10/​2013 ​14:05 by pwilken3**+**Last updated: 5/10/2013 by pwilken3**
  
  
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   * **Mentor:** Russell Taylor and Jin Kang   * **Mentor:** Russell Taylor and Jin Kang
  
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 ======Background,​ Specific Aims, and Significance====== ======Background,​ Specific Aims, and Significance======
 In order to access the cochlea, the surgeon must first perform a mastoidectomy and cochleostomy. The mastoidectomy machines the flesh (mastoid cells) around the cochlea, and the cochleostomy drills a hole into the temporal bone. Once this is complete the round window, the most direct entrance to the cochlea, is accessible. The surgeon then inserts the implant until the desired position is reached. This is typically just before the basal turn, which is the first turn in the spiral of the cochlea. This location is communicated by way of a marker on the implant itself. Once this marker reaches the site of the cochleostomy,​ the implant should be at the proper depth. The surgeon then grips the stylet, a wire that keeps the implant straight, and continues to push the electrode array. Because the electrode array is naturally curved, removing it from the stylet causes it to curve into the spiral of the cochlea and the insertion is then complete. In order to access the cochlea, the surgeon must first perform a mastoidectomy and cochleostomy. The mastoidectomy machines the flesh (mastoid cells) around the cochlea, and the cochleostomy drills a hole into the temporal bone. Once this is complete the round window, the most direct entrance to the cochlea, is accessible. The surgeon then inserts the implant until the desired position is reached. This is typically just before the basal turn, which is the first turn in the spiral of the cochlea. This location is communicated by way of a marker on the implant itself. Once this marker reaches the site of the cochleostomy,​ the implant should be at the proper depth. The surgeon then grips the stylet, a wire that keeps the implant straight, and continues to push the electrode array. Because the electrode array is naturally curved, removing it from the stylet causes it to curve into the spiral of the cochlea and the insertion is then complete.
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 **Side-viewing Probe Imaging** **Side-viewing Probe Imaging**
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 <​html><​center></​html><​fs x-small>​Side-view Probe Setup</​fs><​html></​center></​html>​ <​html><​center></​html><​fs x-small>​Side-view Probe Setup</​fs><​html></​center></​html>​
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     * {{:​courses:​446:​2013:​446-2013-2:​poster.pdf|}}     * {{:​courses:​446:​2013:​446-2013-2:​poster.pdf|}}
   * Project Final Report   * Project Final Report
-    * {{:​courses:​446:​2013:​446-2013-X:​final_report.pdf|Final Report}}+    * {{:​courses:​446:​2013:​446-2013-2:​final_report.pdf|}}
 ======Project Bibliography======= ======Project Bibliography=======
 [1] Coulson, C. J., Reid, A. P., Proops, D. W., & Brett, P. N. (2007). ENT challenges at the small scall. The International Journal of Medical Robotics and Computer Assisted Surgery, (3), 91-96. [1] Coulson, C. J., Reid, A. P., Proops, D. W., & Brett, P. N. (2007). ENT challenges at the small scall. The International Journal of Medical Robotics and Computer Assisted Surgery, (3), 91-96.
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 Code SVN: [[https://​svn.lcsr.jhu.edu/​cochlear/​]] Code SVN: [[https://​svn.lcsr.jhu.edu/​cochlear/​]]
  
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