The Toronto Video Atlas of Surgery (TVASurg) launched its first video 11 years ago in November of 2011. For this month’s blog we’d like to report on the past decade of generating well over 100 3D animation-enhanced surgical teaching videos! Let’s begin with some big numbers on our activities and production. To date we have … Read More
This month we’d like to feature a fantastic Masters Research Project 3D animation by recent Biomedical Communications graduate Katrina Hass MScBMC, who worked with trauma surgeon Dr. Joao B. Rezende Neto MD, PhD, FRCSC, FACS to demonstrate a new surgical invention: the “Liver Airbag”.
Apart from our bread-and-butter educational surgical videos, the TVASurg team also collaborates with our staff surgeons, scientists and surgical fellows in academic publications, by creating medical illustrations to accompany their articles. Below are a selection of pieces that have been published in journals such as Nature Communications, Liver Transplantation, Transplantation, and the British Journal of … Read More
The Toronto Video Atlas of Liver, Pancreas and Transplant Surgery is happy to announce our publication in the Journal of Visualized Surgery. In collaboration with Dr.s Anne Agur and Jodie Jenkinson of the University of Toronto, “Depicting surgical anatomy of the porta hepatis in living donor liver transplantation” describes the process of developing an animation-enhanced … Read More
The Toronto Video Atlas of Liver, Pancreas, Biliary, and Transplant Surgery is happy to announce our article “Visualising a rare and complex case of advanced hilar cholangiocarcinoma” in the Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine is now published online on March 14 2017. This paper is written in collaboration with Dr. Anne Agur and Dr. … Read More