Klaudia Proniewska

✦ Publications

Agnieszka Pregowska, Magdalena Osial, Damian Dolega-Dolegowski, Radek Kolecki and Klaudia Proniewska

The dynamic COVID-19 pandemic has destabilized education and forced academic centers to explore non-traditional teaching modalities.

Radek Kolecki, Agnieszka Pręgowska, Julianna Dąbrowa, Jerzy Skuci nski, Tomasz Pulanecki, Piotr Walecki, Peter M. van Dam, Dariusz Dudek, Piotr Richter, Klaudia Proniewska

Immersive technologies like Mixed Reality (MR), Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) are becoming increasingly popular and gain user trust across various fields, particularly in medicine.

Piotr Grad, Anna M. Przeklasa-Bierowiec, Krzysztof P. Malinowski, Jan Witowski, Klaudia Proniewska, Grzegorz Tatoń

Tooth anatomy is fundamental knowledge used in everyday dental practice to reconstruct the occlusal surface during cavity filling

Damian Dolega-Dolegowski, Klaudia Proniewska, Magdalena Dolega-Dolegowska, Agnieszka Pregowska, Justyna Hajto-Bryk, Mariusz Trojak, Jakub Chmiel, Piotr Walecki & Piotr S. Fudalej

The Augmented Reality (AR) blends digital information with the real world. Thanks to cameras, sensors, and displays it can supplement the physical world with holographic images. Nowadays, the applications of AR range from navigated surgery to vehicle navigation.

The analysis of medical images in the form of segmentation plays a key role in the preoperative patient’s assessment undertaken in clinics around the world.

Mixed reality techniques, such as holographic vision can be used to better visualize medical images, whether for pre-operative/clinical assessment or educational purposes.

Rudnicka Z., Pręgowska A., Glądys K., Perkins M., Proniewska K.

This paper aims to thoroughly discuss the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on clinical practice in interventional cardiology (IC) with special recognition of its most recent advancements.

Grad P., Przeklasa-Bierowiec A., Malinowski K., Witowski J., Proniewska K., Tatoń G.

Tooth anatomy is fundamental knowledge used in everyday dental practice to reconstruct the occlusal surface during cavity fillings. The main objective of this project was to evaluate the suitability of two types of anatomical tooth reference models used to support reconstruction of the occlusal anatomy of the teeth

Proniewska K., Dolega-Dolegowski D., Kolecki R., Osial M., Pregowska A..

Information and communication technologies combined with extended reality improve diagnostics, medical treatment, and surgical operations courses.

Dolega-Dolegowski D., Dolega-Dolegowska M., Pregowska A., Malinowski K, Proniewska K.

The results obtained show the huge potential of immersive technologies in supporting dental treatment, in particular endodontic procedures. The proposed solution enables a combination of the image, in fact, a 3D hologram, which is visible in Microsoft HoloLens 2 goggles with the enlarged image obtained in a surgical microscope.

Proniewska K., Kolecki R., Grochowska A., Popiela T. [J.], Rogula T., Malinowski K., Dołęga-Dołęgowski D., Kenig J., Richter P., Dąbrowa J., Mortada J., van Dam P., Pregowska A.

The results obtained show the huge potential of immersive technologies in supporting dental treatment, in particular endodontic procedures. The proposed solution enables a combination of the image, in fact, a 3D hologram, which is visible in Microsoft HoloLens 2 goggles with the enlarged image obtained in a surgical microscope.

✦ For more research by Klaudia Proniewska and her Team, we invite you to visit the website of the Center for Digital Medicine and Robotics:

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