Abdominal Surgery

In minimally-invasive abdominal surgery, endoscopy has to replace natural vision and tactile sensing. But the anatomy of the abdomen changes during surgery, and navigating based on preoperative images of the tumor is challenging. Intraoperative syngo DynaCT 3D imaging addresses this challenge. It provides a precise, up-to-date representation of the anatomy which can be fused with segmented MRI or CT images acquired preoperatively.

Watch the video of the first minimally invasive liver resection supported by syngo DynaCT at the Heidelberg University Hospital. more