Automatically Fitting Devices and Performing Measurements of Post-Operative Facial Reconstruction through Scripting


About this webinar

If you are interested in fitting and sizing devices onto the anatomy and in comparing the planning and post-operative outcome of facial reconstructive surgery, then you don’t want to miss this presentation. In bone conduction hearing implant surgery, the location of the device is critical. Dr. Peter Metherall shows how using scripted workflows allows the investigation of many possible locations for hearing implant systems pre-operatively.

What you will learn

  • How to pre-plan fitting a bone conduction hearing implant system to the mastoid
  • How developed scripted workflows allow clinicians to investigate many possible locations for placement, and thereby determine if the transducer will fit within the mastoid
  • How to evaluate post-traumatic eye correction surgery
  • How the post-operative correction was compared to the planned position using the registered skull as a fixed reference


Dr. Peter Metherall

Clinical Scientist and Chartered Engineer at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals, NHS Foundation Trust

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