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Nouri M, Azarhomayoun A. Three-dimensional Anaglyph Indocyanine Green Video Angiography: A New Technology for Cerebrovascular Surgeries. Iran J Neurosurg. 2021; 7 (1) :31-36
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1- Department of Neurosurgery, Jamaica Hospital Medical Center, New York, USA. , mnouri@jhmc.org
2- Stone Lion Clinic, Gundishapour Academy of Neuroscience, Ahvaz, Iran.
Abstract:   (524 Views)
Background and Aim: Indocyanine Green (ICG) angiography has become the standard of practice in many centers managing cerebrovascular diseases. Though 3D stereoscopic recording of the surgeries has received widespread attention, there is a need for a technology to display and record real-time 3D ICG angiographies. In this study, we designed and constructed an ICG angiography camera to display the real-time 3D ICG angiographies.
Methods and Materials/Patients: Our project had three phases. In phase I, a handmade ICG camera was designed and constructed in our laboratory. The second phase included creating a 3D camera to display real-time images in 3D anaglyph format. In the last phase, we developed a 3D ICG camera to demonstrate 3D ICG angiographies in real-time. 
Results: We successfully completed all three phases of the project and could display real-time 3D ICG angiography of a mouse mesenteric arteries, recorded it, and took pictures. 
Conclusion: We proposed a method and proved its feasibility for producing a 3D ICG angiography camera to be mounted on the next generation of neurosurgical microscopes.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Endovascular Neurosurgery

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