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Toolkit for image-guided surgery applications - runtime

The Image-Guided Surgery Toolkit (IGstk: pronounced IGStick) is a high-level component-based framework providing common functionality for image-guided surgery applications.

This software framework consists of a set of high-level components integrated with other low-level open source software libraries and application programming interfaces (API) from hardware vendors.

The cornerstone of IGstk is robustness. IGstk provides the following high-level functionality: Ability to read and display medical images including CT and MRI in DICOM format.

An interface to common tracking hardware (e.g. AURORA from Northern Digital Inc.). A graphical user interface and visualization capability including a four-quadrant view (axial, sagittal, coronal, and 3D) as well as a multi-slice axial view (from 1 by 1 to many by many such as 10 by 10).

Registration: point based registration and a means for selecting these points. Robust common internal software services for logging, exception-handling and problem resolution.

Package version:4.4.0-2+b1


igstk (4.4.0-2+b1) sid; urgency=low

  * Binary-only non-maintainer upload for kfreebsd-i386; no source changes.
  * Rebuild against libvtk5.8

 -- kfreebsd-i386 Build Daemon (field) <>  Wed, 07 Dec 2011 18:14:39 +0000

igstk (4.4.0-2) unstable; urgency=low

  * remove unnecessary dependencies (Closes: #640558)
  * upload to unstable

 -- Dominique Belha



Files: debian/*
Copyright: 2008, Dominique Belhachemi <>
License: GPL-2+
 The Debian packaging is licensed under the GPL-2 or any later version,
 see `/usr/share/common-licenses/GPL-2'

Files: Utilities/MicronTracker/*
Copyright: Claron Technology Inc.
License: BSD-like

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