Where Do We Look? Assessing Gaze Patterns in Breast Reconstructive Surgery with Eye-Tracking Technology.
Palo Alto, Calif. From the Stanford School of Medicine and the Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Stanford University.
- Published Article
Plastic and reconstructive surgery
- Publication Date
Mar 01, 2018
Complete reconstructions, which notably include the final nipple-areola complex, appear to play an important role in restoring normal viewing parameters. In essence, completed breast reconstructions with nipple-areola complexes divert attention from extraneous surgical scars and lead viewers to assess the breasts more holistically. Eye-tracking technology provides a powerful link between objective gaze and viewer attention that may potentially be used to predict subjective aesthetic preferences.
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