AppSurgeOn - Neurosimulator Vol. I is the first 3D neurosurgical simulator for mobile. FEATURES- Full overview of 15 ROI (Region Of Interest) from a complete head MRI and an interactive 3D model of the patient head.- Angiography-like visualization of vascular ROIs.- Selection of right/left procedure.- 3D overview of 9 frontal/temporal craniotomies.- Fully 3D interactivity (rotation, zoom and pan).- Selection of a correct patient position on the operating table.- Patient head positioning (rotation, flexion-extension, lateral tilt).- Fixation of the patient head with the Mayfield Head Holder.- 3D animations of 9 frontal/temporal approaches, from skin incision to dura opening.- Fully 3D interactive brain retraction.- Intracranial exploration through a surgical microscope.- Intracranial neuroanatomical labels.- Wide texts concerning indications, techniques, landmarks, red flags and surgical notes from scientific literature.- 3D simulation of the closure steps for each approach- HD button for high resolution textures and anti-aliasing (for wide screen projection).
This App for Neuroendoscopy and minimally invasive Neurosurgery will provide you a systematic overview on minimally invasive approaches. It contains three scientific operation manuals on intraventricular, endoscope-assisted and transnasal operation techniques written by renowned international neurosurgeons such as Prof. R. Reisch and Dr. M. Souweidane. In addition you will find product information, interesting web links and further information.
Pterional Craniotomy is the very first real-time-3D neurosurgical simulation for mobile devices. It gives the possibility to experience the most used neurosurgical approach: the pterional craniotomy. Features- Fully 3D overview of pterional craniotomy on the 3D skull model of the patient- Fully 3D interactivity (rotation, zoom and pan).- Selection of right/left procedure- Selection of the most correct patient position on the operating table (supine, elevated shoulder)- Patient head (rotation, flexion-extension, lateral tilt)- Fixing the patient head with the Mayfield Head Holder- Following the fully 3D simulation of a pterional approach, from skin incision to brain exposure- Following the fully 3D simulation of the closure steps- Consulting wide texts on craniotomy, indications, anatomical landmarks, red flags, technical notes from scientific literature- HD button for high resolution textures and anti-aliasing (for wide screen projection)- Link to the free theory module pterional craniotomy on the theory section of UpSurgeOn.
NeuroView is an interactive application developed by Aaron Cohen-Gadol, MD for the Neurosurgical Atlas that allows the user to manipulate patient/head positioning for surgical planning. This application also allows a study of the normal 3D anatomy in relation to an underlying pathology (i.e. aneurysm).