This website has been designed to instruct surgeons in the care of patients with complex problems in liver, pancreas and transplant surgery, and highlight the advanced surgical techniques required for the management of these diseases.

 
 

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Extended right hepatectomy with multiple wedge resections

Extended right hepatectomy with multiple wedge resections

Liver transection technique: Water-jet dissection

Liver transection technique: Water-jet dissection

Extended right hepatectomy with veno veno bypass (Part II)

Extended right hepatectomy with veno veno bypass (Part II)

Extended right hepatectomy with veno veno bypass (Part I)

Extended right hepatectomy with veno veno bypass (Part I)

Side-to-side Arterioplasty

Side-to-side Arterioplasty

Longitudinal Pancreaticojejunostomy (Puestow Procedure)

Longitudinal Pancreaticojejunostomy (Puestow Procedure)
 
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VR update: Operating room and Medical imaging VR modules

VR update: Operating room and Medical imaging VR modules

April 16, 2018

Our development efforts in building virtual reality (VR) modules have been ongoing for the past year. We’ve decided to summarize some of our experiments, featuring two of our VR modules below: Operating room VR module http://pie.med.utoronto.ca/TVASurg/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/2018_04_blog_Mod1_Comp-1.mp4 Examining the Operating room VR module The first module is our operating room VR module, which was one of … Read More

Surgical Photogrammetry

Surgical Photogrammetry

March 15, 2018

TVASurg is always looking for new ways to help surgeons teach. As we engage with new opportunities in the VR space, we’ve gained an interest in the potential of using photogrammetry to create assets for our VR modules. Photogrammetry is the science and technology of creating a 3D model based on a series of photographs … Read More

Nanoparticle research in the McGilvray & MacParland Labs – Pt2

Nanoparticle research in the McGilvray & MacParland Labs – Pt2

February 7, 2018

Continuing from last month’s blog post, we’ll look more at the research of Dr. Ian McGilvray on the therapeutic potential of nanoparticles for treating pathologies of the liver. Assistant Scientist Dr. Sonya MacParland generously provided an in-depth perspective. EXPLORING PHENOTYPE & NANOPARTICLE UPTAKE Following the Nature Materials publication, the team took a closer look at how different immune cell … Read More

 

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