Computer-Aided techniques have been deployed more commonly in recent years to assist with surgical procedures, particularly in the case of minimally invasive surgeries. Arthroscopy, as one of the most prevailing minimally invasive surgical procedures, increases surgical complexity due to the loss of joint visibility, but has many advantages. More obstacles are encountered during hip arthroscopy, given the tight socket-joint hip anatomy. Therefore, computer-aided techniques could be used to ease such difficulties during hip arthroscopy.

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