Viewing Wand

Viewing Wand®

Imaging An intraoperative neurosurgical imaging device for head & neck procedures, and for spinal surgery
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[1-3] In his authoritative paper in 1998, Anon compared four types of computer-aided endoscopic sinus surgical devices: the ISG Viewing Wand (ISG Technologies; Mississauga, Ont.), the ISG Infrared Optotrak, the IGT Flash Point 5000 (Image Guided Technologies; Boulder, Colo.), and the VTI InstaTrak (Visualization Technologies, Inc.; Woburn, Mass.) [1] Anon wrote that all of these units are relatively user-friendly and that they are all accurate to within 2 mm.